Re: "Quick" boot from floppy?
lilo -b /dev/fd0 installs lilo on a floppy.
On Tue, Jun 29, 1999 at 02:44:04PM -0600, Rick Macdonald wrote:
> I've always used lilo, but I installed slink on a friends PC and for now
> he's using a boot floppy (to not interfere with his NT).
> It boots the whole kernel from the floppy.
> I thought there was a way to set up a boot floppy that somehow knows to
> switch to the harddrive partition and boot the kernel found there. Like,
> installing lilo on a floppy instead of the kernel itself.
> Am I dreaming, or how is this done? I couldn't find this in the various
> docs that I checked.
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