Re: rescue disk fails booting, cannot install ..
> So the solution for me would be the download the compressed root image
> of the rescue disk and rebuild a rescue disk using a kernel of my own.
In reply to my own question above:
Thanks to a message of
> From: Dale Scheetz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Cc: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: Writing to a boot floppy.
> If you mount the boot floppy that you created when you installed your
> system (-t msdos) you will see that it contains various files. The file
> named linux on the floppy is the kernel image file. When you rebuild your
> kernel, you will find the new image file in linux/arch/i386/boot/zImage,
I had not realized that the rescue disk has an msdos filesystem, so everything
i need should be now clear. I should only have to put my own kernel on the
floppy and go on. Sorry for the Bandwidth,
Stelios Parnassidis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Kapuzinerstr. 8, 80337 Muenchen, Germany, Tel. +49-089-7211505
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