On Tue, Dec 09, 1997 at 01:27:20PM -0600, Jason Ish wrote:
> I have to install Linux onto a umsdos file system on one of my computers,
> even though I know it isn't a suggested practice.
> What steps should I take to install a fresh debian system onto umsdos. I
> have a up and running Debian system to make a new kernel and what not.
First, you have to roll a kernel with umsdos compiled in. I don't remember
how exactly Slack does it, but the idea is to have root in a umsdos dir and
to use swapfile on dos fs. Details should be in UMSDOS-HOWTO I guess.
You'll also want to go through /etc/init.d/scripts and hunt down calls to
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