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No ext2 fs in etch kernels?

Disaster recovery requires some flexibility and space available when booting off a floppy/CD/DVD...
Why aren't the base binary kernels compiled with ext2? (RedHat made a similarly odd decision and did not compile the floppy module)
Since the binaries aren't available at the moment with ext2, is it possible to get the .config used when creating the specific kernel?
That would allow me to create a kernel with identical features to the one I've chosen (2.6.12-1-686-smp) and add ext2.
Thanks in advance,
Larry Irwin
CCA Medical
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