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Re: How to edit the boot.img

On Tue, Oct 25, 2005 at 12:16:17AM +0200, Riccardo Tortorici wrote:
> (CCing Geert Stappers and debian-sparc list)
( this message is also crossposted and assumes subscription to MLs )

> Just a question: how can I edit my own boot.img? I'm new to D-I and I  
> would like to customize a 2.6.12 kernel in order to fix the FB and  
> put it inside the image I used this time. Thanks in advance,

More eye-balls on d-i, especial in the sparc corner,
are allways welcome.

The "boot.img" is a kernel and Debian-Installer initial ramdisk (initrd)
in one file. Visit http://wiki.debian.org/?DebianInstaller for
information how to edit it.

Geert Stappers

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