Re: SRM-Boot with unstable kernels
On Sun, Dec 13, 1998 at 05:10:00PM +0100, David Frey wrote:
> Hi collegues,
> Has anybody an idea how to boot an unstable kernel (2.1.131) directly
> via SRM (make BOOTDEV=/dev/sda srmboot)?
> make BOTDEV=/dev/sda srmboot is not able to compile the bootloader; it
> complains about missing references to puts and dispatch.
> It this a known problem?
This should work fine. The documentation on aboot describes how to do
it. In short, create a small partition at the start of the drive for
aboot. Edit aboot.conf. Run s2write, IIRC. Boot to srm and start
the process by pointing srm at the hard drive.