Re: .config for boot-floppy-hfs.img
> I am going mad. I am trying to make these Performa boot for may be 2 months
> The situation is the following: these Performa are for use in a
> university, and since I can't make them boot from the harddrive, I need a boot
> floppy. But I would like the boot process to be possible whithout any user
> intervention. So could you please explain me the whole process for creating a
> boot disk like the one Debian use for installation.
> What kernel to use exactly: vmlinux.coff? vmlinux.gz? ....
> How to make the boot disk? using Miboot?
Hopefully someone else answered. If not...
The best thing would be to go through the boot-floppies sources. What
you want is the miboot stuff -- most of the logic for that is in
Sorry I don't have time to explain it in depth to you, and that we
don't really have heavy documentation internally for this.
...Adam Di Carlo..<firstname.lastname@example.org>...<URL:http://www.onshored.com/>