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Re: More graphical boot floppies issues


	Why do you have to sacrifice MCA support? This is NOT cool. There
are lot of MCA users out there (and I am in the process of becoming one),
and they will all suffer.


On 28 Mar 1999, Ben Pfaff wrote:

> 1. Does anyone have a good idea how to integrate the graphical
>    graphical boot floppies into the top-level Makefile?  There's only
>    one thing that really has to change: the building of root.bin.
>    dbootstrap has to be built linked to bogl instead of newt.  Oh and
>    of course a 2.2.x kernel has to be used.
> 2. I'm trying to strip down a 2.2.4 kernel enough that it can actually
>    fit on a floppy along with the root.bin image.  So far, I've had to
>    sacrifice a few things:
> 	math emulation
> 	Micro Channel support
> 	VGA text console
> 	etc.
>    Is this cool with everyone, or will I have to move to a boot
>    floppy/root floppy approach for sure?
> Ben
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