Re: root disk
email@example.com (Nathan Myers) writes:
> Enrique Zanardi asked about whether it would be useful to have PPP
> on the installation boot disk, for cases where the boot kernel (or
> any kernel) has no access to a floppy drive or CD. PPP might be
> useful, but I don't know if it would be worth the space. Almost
Plip cables are rare and some archs can't provide plip. A slip cable
is easy to find and 115200 BAUD (10KB/s) isn't to bad to install
from. No matter if you have plip or slip, its allways a "overnight"
thing to install. I think it should both be present on the disks and
if the space is the problem, use bzip2.
May the Source be with you.
- root disk
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Nathan Myers)