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building custom debian boot floppies with a custom kernel

Hi all!  I'd like to make a customized set of debian floppies with a
custom kernel.  I've got the kernel compiled, (in a .deb package) and 
have put the other necessary extra packages in /archive/debian/local.  
However I'm a bit stumped on how to specify the particular kernel 
image I want to use.  Is there an elegant way, or do I just hack away 
at the Makefiles?

My goal is a 2.4.17 kernel with reiserfs and pcmcia support for an old
laptop with a busted cdrom drive and a pcmcia ethernet card.  I don't 
really want to make a big stack of floppies... 

Andrew G. Hammond  mailto:drew@xyzzy.dhs.org  http://xyzzy.dhs.org/~drew/
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