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Re: boot floppies and syslinux "-s" mode

On Mon, Jul 20, 1998 at 11:49:44AM -0500, Rob Browning wrote:
> Brian White <bcwhite@verisim.com> writes:
> > I think it's too late to worry about it.  Leave it in the slow
> > known-to- work mode.  We don't have time to asses the potential
> > impact of not doing it that way.
> Then we should add a line to the install document warning that slow is
> normal.  I did a test install here the other day (without knowing
> about this issue), and I nearly rebooted the machine.  Not only does
> it take *forever*, but the time between "dots" is so long that it
> looks like the machine is hung.

I've added a README-fast that says the following:
"The -fast disk images use syslinux normal mode.

You should use those images if the usual ones boot too slowly in your

Enrique Zanardi						   ezanardi@ull.es

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