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On Sunday, 12 Dec, Ettore Aldrovandi wrote:
> Yes. From SRM you use aboot.

Or you can still boot via MILO, if you want.

> SRM understands disklabel, so you have to convert your hard drive 
> partition table to a disklabel.

It's not that SRM understands disklabels - in fact, it does not understand
any partitioning scheme, - but rather that SRM boot block conflicts with
the DOS partition table so SRM can't boot from a DOS-partitioned disk.

> If you do not want to convert your partition table you can boot from 
> floppy. 

Or network, if available.


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