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Re: Possible ITP: Rescue Package



On Tue, Aug 03, 1999 at 03:34:19PM +0200, goswin.brederlow@student.uni-tuebingen.de wrote:
> > I also want something I can toss on to a zip drive or superdisk...
> > It probably wouldn't take a full 100 megs or anything, but I'd
> > rather a little wasted space I could use for custom stuff that I may
> > need but haven't even thought of yet than to be stuck on a floppy
> > and not have the room.
> 
> Maybe mulinux would be the thing you need. It needs 1-2 disk (+1 for gcc 
> and +1 for X11). I'm sure you can stick it onto a zip instead of a
> floppy without problems. A deb package of mulinux would be nice as
> rescue system.

I already know how I plan to do it without resorting to one of the micro
distributions.  =>  I just haven't decided yet whether anybody else wants
it enough to make it worth trying to write a better initrd that is more
generic.  I've got it working now with my zip disk though.

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