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Re: 2.4 kernel as default boot kernel on CD #1 ??

Fri, Apr 05, 2002 at 07:59:05PM +0100 wrote:
> On Fri, 2002-04-05 at 19:45, Jim Westveer wrote:
> > Before you lam-bast me with a nastygram, please grab
> > or create a copy of the woody CD's, and try an installation with 
> > CD#1 as the disk you innitially boot from,  then try the
> > CD#3 with the bf24 kernel.   The first thing you will notice
> > is that the bf24 flavor first asks you for your language, where
> > the "default" does not.
> A more conservative way to get the language chooser going would be to
> put compact or idepci on the first disk.  It doesn't require 2.4 as
> such.

aph and I were just talking on irc, how about :

cd1: idepci; cd2 scsi; cd3: bf2.4; cd4: vanilla

That gives us language chooser on the first CD, a big plus, while
still giving us 2.2 as 'default'.  IMO leaving the language chooser
off the first CD would be a real shame.

Any seconds?


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