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Re: regarding potato images

On 01-Jan-2001 Adam Di Carlo wrote:
> bbennet <bbennet@mb.sympatico.ca> writes:
>> Bootable?  Is the B3 supposed to be bootable?
>> It passed the md5sum test and it is the official image.
>> If it is supposed to be bootable, let me know.
>> This is the first I have heard of this.
> Um, I thought it went like this for i386:
>  CD#1: vanilla kernel
>  CD#2: compact
>  CD#3: idepci

#1 & #2 correct, for potato, i386, CD#3 has no boot blocks.
It (CD#3) probably should be modified to have a boot image.

I'll take a look at it.  Just the boot blocks do not take
much space.  If it will fit, we probably should put idepci
on CD#3.  Thoughts ???  

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