Re: PCMCIA install
A third option might be that you get some resque floppy's and boot
them. Then mount your harddisk and make the changes...
On Sat, 9 Dec 2000, Jo Geraerts wrote:
> On Fri, 8 Dec 2000, dude wrote:
> well, you've got 2 options.
> 1st option is you change it during the installation. You press alt-F2,
> then you get a console, there you can edit that file in
> /targetdir/etc/pcmcia (i'm not sure 'bout the name targetdir, but it's
> someting in that direction).
> 2nd option is when your installation is complete you type after the lilo
> linux init=/bin/bash
> Then the kernel starts up withoud starting init. Then you need to mount
> your root filesystem read-writable by typing
> mount -o remount,rw /
> then you can edit /etc/pcmcia/config.opts
> save your changes, mount the root filesystem readonly again:
> mount -o remount,ro /
> and reboot
> It's possible that you get an error from e2fsck that your root wasnt
> umounted correctly. I don't know how to avoid that message.
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