RE: Bootable CD
On Fri, 10 Aug 2001, BERNARDES,JOAN (Non-HP-Brazil,ex1) wrote:
> I work at HP Brazil R&D and I'm trying to make a bootable CD based
> on Debian. I have some problems to boot with loadlin. I think that my initrd
> is not good, can you tell me same good documentation about it? I don't know
> how to make a good floppy like Debian.
> The other point is that the CD has to be dual boot. First boot DOS,
> then boot Linux through LoadLin. This is not the problem in fact, but my
> initrd it's wrong.
Just a suggestion: there's something called "syslinux" out there that
takes care of your bootdisk without this initrd-mess. Most distributions
(including Debian) use syslinux as their bootloader.
syslinux works with DOS as well, but does not really boot (syslinux is
called from config.sys)
No idea where to get it though; maybe have a look at boot-floppies?
wouter dot verhelst at advalvas dot be
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