Bug#279911: debian-installer: initrd not mentioned when no bootloader is chosen
On Saturday 06 November 2004 11:49, Frans Pop wrote:
> In the meantime I'll add a comment in the manual about this.
--- nobootloader.xml (revision 23648)
+++ nobootloader.xml (working copy)
@@ -13,5 +13,16 @@
Macintosh, Atari, and Amiga systems, where the original operating system
must be maintained on the box and used to boot GNU/Linux.</phrase>
+If you plan to manually configure your bootloader, you should check the
+name of the installed kernel in <filename>/target/boot</filename>.
+You should also check that directory for the presence of an
+<firstterm>initrd</firstterm>; if one is present, you will probably have
+to instruct your bootloader to use it. Other information you will need
+are the disk and partition you selected for your <filename>/</filename>
+filesystem and, if you chose to install <filename>/boot</filename> on a
+separate partition, also your <filename>/boot</filename> filesystem.