Re: another attempt to use hamm disks
In the same vein as Bruce's previous 'why dont we use rpm', why don't
we take a look at Redhat's boot disks?
This is something they have obviously put a lot of work into, given
that commercialy, they want to make a very good first impression.
It would have the added benefit of quieting those people who are
always asking why something 'works with redhat but not with debian'
(or vice versa) ;-)
Would it be feasible to modify their disks to do what we need them to?
Or would all the hacking necessary make it too much work?
Just some thoughts, no flames please,
David Welton http://www.efn.org/~davidw
Debian GNU/Linux - www.debian.org
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