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Bug#63298: boot-floppies: [Alpha-Floppies] Usage of kernel 2.2 ext-fs features breaks compatibility with older MILO

On Sun, Apr 30, 2000 at 12:01:05PM -0400, David Huggins-Daines wrote:
> I will not accept bug reports that do not give the version of
> boot-floppies that they relate to.

Sorry, saw that to late. Used the bug-package for reporting.

> Actually the problem is that it uses 4K blocks on larger disks.

I'm not sure, if this is the problem. As i told, i just formatted a new disk
with mke2fs /dev/fd0 -O none. No option regardings block sizes etc, just
turned the special features for kernels above 2.2.10 off. Then i copied all
the files from you disks (which i mounted under 2.3.99 with no problems)
onto my new disks, and was able to boot from it.

> Therefore I will just close the bug.  If you try the latest uploaded
> version of boot-floppies (2.2.12-2000-04-26) and it still exists, then
> you can file another bug.

I have reopened the bug (to my opionion it shouldn't have had been closed
that fast without asking me, the submittor, first). I also changed the
title of the bug.

Yes, i used the 2.2.12-2000-04-26 set of disks, on a axppci33/noname

Mit freundlichen Grüßen / with kind regards

Michael Holzt

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