Re: APUS Debian Boot-Floppies Images and bugs
> Well, we could split the kernel in 2 and join it in ram: before launching it.
> Or we could try for a less than 880Ko modular kernel, but i have not big hopes
> on this one. Michel Daenzer is the apus kernel package maintainer for debian.
a small, but brief note:
IS there not a very very big problem with having the kernel in ram: when
joining two files up into ram: is no problem (6 lines of code max.) but
doesnt ram: just get completely trashed when the bootstrap loads up the
kernel (and thus corrupting the kernel image?)
i thought this was the case and people have to have the installer and
kernel on media, rather than in volatile ram:
> 3) coordinate with alan for the floppy disk booting thingy.
working on disk-layout, tools and required libraries now.