Re: how to change the kernel in the boot disk?
Stephen Early writes:
> Actually that isn't the way to do it.
Ahh.. If I would have read your question right the first time... ;)
My steps would have gotten you a nice kernel to boot a linux system, but not
to do the debian install with. Sorry.
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