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Bug#31240: marked as done (boot-floppies: cant install with nfsroot)

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Subject: boot-floppies: cant install with nfsroot
Date: Mon, 28 Dec 1998 14:01:11 -0500
From: Johnie Ingram <johnie@netgod.net>

Package: boot-floppies
Version: 1998-12-18

On attempting an install with root.bin mounted via nfsroot (since
my custom kernel and root.bin don't fit on a single disk) I get this:

	"Problem: I had trouble checking the choice of root device.
	I don't know what to use as the root fs.  [continue]"

Selecting [continue] reboots the system instead of continuing.
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