Re: Writing to a boot floppy.
Make the target "zdisk" and you will have a boot floppy.
> I recompiled my kernel today (without any major problems) to 2.027,
> however, I can't seem to figure out how to create a new boot floppy. I have
> tried: cp vmlinux /dev/fd0 to a DOS-formatted disk, but when I tried to reboot
> my computer, it didn't work.
> I assume that I am missing or forgetting something, but the books that I have
> and the FAQS and HOWTO's I have read have very little information on this.
> They tend to deal more with LILO, as opposed to booting off of a floppy.
> I may not be even understanding the purpose of the boot floppy correctly,
> as I am somewhat of a newbie to LINUX, do I need to alter my boot floopy
> when I recompile the kernel? or change the kernel for that matter?
> Thanks a lot,
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