Hello, Reading "installer/doc/manual/en/partitioning/partition/hppa.xml" I found this: "This is where the boot loader and an optional kernel and RAMdisk will be stored, so make it big enough for that -- at least 4Mb (I like 8-16Mb). An additional requirement of the firmware is that the Linux kernel must reside within the first 2GB of the disk. This is typically achieved by making the root ext2 partition fit entirely within the first 2GB of the disk. Alternatively you can create a small ext2 partition near the start of the disk and mount that on..." Really this needs to be an ext2 partition? Isn't an anachronism about when the debian kernels didn't use initrd to load the driver of the filesystem, required to mount the root filesystem? Regards, Bruno. -- " In this life we are Kings or Pawns. Emperors or Fools "
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