Re: System requirements
>>>>> Roland McGrath writes:
RM> The magic token $(default-pager) in the boot script is what tells
RM> serverboot that it should in fact be the default pager. The
RM> $(add-paging-file) magic token tells it a swap partition to use,
RM> but the two are in fact independent.
Can you explain briefly why my Hurd installation would appear to work
Just Fine, even though `$(default-pager)' only appears in comments?
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