Installing into DOS partition
I was already asking this in debian-user, but nobody semmed to care.
I tried to install potato into a DOS partition.
First try: umsdos
I copied umsdos.o into /tmp ann loaded it into the kernel,
but mount (in the boot flavour) wasn't able to mount -t umsdos.
When i (copied into /tmp and) tried the normal mount i got
problems because of the version of glibc.
Second try: loop file system
No modules needed, but same problem with mount.
Did i make any mistakes or is it really impossible to install Debian into a
Are there already any thoughts about improving that?
Could I (until a Debian solution) use a statically linked mount?
If this is the wrong list, please forgive
and point me to the right one.