Re: Reiserfs boot floppies for Debian?
Erik Andersen <email@example.com> writes:
> /boot does not need to be on the root partition. It just has to be somewhere
> that the bootloader can read from it.
I follow ya.
> But just because lilo and grub handle large hard drives doesn't mean that a
> separate /boot partition has no place in the world. For example, on my
> NetWinder, /boot is a small partition formatted to use old 2.0.x compatible
> ext2 options (since that is all that the Linux 2.0.x based netwinder firmware
> can read). root ("/") lives on /dev/hda2, which is formatted to use all the
> nifty things ext2 can do these days, ensuring I get the most out of my warrenty
> voiding 20Gig drive,
Ok. But there is no connection with use of RAID or reiserfs ? Or is
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