Re: amiga-fdisk 0.4 and debian/potato boot floppies.
> > > So i guess best would be to have two binary package from amiga
> > > fdisk, one called amiga-fdisk is to be used by everyone, the other,
> > > called amiga-fdisk-boot-floppies, or something such is to be used by
> > > the boot floppies folk.
> > Makes sense.
> Isn't fdisk/amiga only used to get the partition data of the disks? In
> this case, we could just make a very small version that does just this.
No, boot-floppies no longer use fdisk -l to determine the partition data
(that hack was used in 2.0 only). amiga-fdisk is present on the install
ramdisk as a last resort method to repartition the disk.