Re: checking the release-critical bugs
On 22 Nov 1998, Adam Di Carlo wrote:
: "Kevin" == Kevin Dalley <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
: > Yes, zimage kernels *need* to be available, whether they are the
: > default or not. Only some of us are patient enough to roll our own,
: > or download a hidden boot disk. Some people on the thinkpad mailing
: > list want to use Debian, but don't know how. Let's make it easy for
: > them.
: Instead of just pointing this out YET AGAIN, are you willing to put
: some actual work into making this happen? I.e., getting initrd
: support on boot-floppies in the *next week or two* ?
Relax. All that most people are asking for is a rescue disk with a
zImage kernel, possibly at the expense of less SCSI drivers compiled
into the kernel. After all, how many laptops have DPT RAID controllers?
(I realise that there are non-laptop systems that need zImage, but let's
be realistic - *most* systems that need zImage are laptops).
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