kernel on boot floppies
I was just looking at the kernel config for the bf-2.4 floppies today
and I was wondering something. Why does the kernel have so much? I
would think that it would be pared down to the point where everything
non-essential for the install would be removed. That would mean that
there would be no sound, much of the USB stuff would be removed, a lot
of the net filter and fire wall stuff could be removed and such. This
would reduce the size of the boot floppies and then a real kernel could
be downloaded and installed after the network was brought up. This
sounds a lot more sane. Is there any reason for the current
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