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Er... bootable, not anymore :(

Just when everything was going fine, oh well...

I compiled yet another kernel. The only difference being that I enabled
basic sound support. When I installed the new kernel-image package, it
didn't ask about making Debian bootable via floppy, so I ran mkboot

Now I can only boot at all using the rescue disk...

1) Why didn't dpkg create the standard SYSLINUX bootdisk?

2) (How) can I do it manually in single?

Thanks folks


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