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Re: Oldworld OF boot questions

On Sat, Jun 10, 2000 at 07:44:25PM -0800, Ethan Benson wrote:
> i think if you create a HFS filesystem (hformat /dev/fd0) on the
> floppy and copy the coff kernel to it you can do this:
> boot fd:,vmlinux.coff

Lose the comma, I think.

You can also copy a ramdisk to arch/ppc/coffboot/ramdisk.image.gz (i
think) and run another make target (vmlinux.initrd? I'm not sure any
more) to get a COFF with a ramdisk.  Not a full rootdisk if you want it
on a floppy, though :)


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