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Re: Bug#139043: [ARM] Please mention conflict with "noinitrd" boot option

On Thu, 2002-03-21 at 14:21, Rod Stewart wrote:
> 	You must use eth0 (10-baseT) ne2k(piece of crap) for the tftpboot.
> Yes, it is possible to boot off eth1, but the Debian kernels do not
> support it, and you have to pass lots of parameters with cmdappend, it is
> ugly.

Eh?  The kernel shouldn't care (or indeed know) where you are booting
from.  What actually goes wrong if you use eth1?


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