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Re: boot-record only disk



	I have been reading the boot disk How-To's, but can't
find anything on the 'boot-record' only disk.
	Could you point me to the docs on this.

On Tue, 10 Oct 2000 14:20:05 -0700, kmself@ix.netcom.com said:
>  
>  You should *always* be able to boot your system with a boot floppy.
>  There are several flavors of these, including general-purpose rescue
>  disks (including Tom's Root/Boot and a Debian install floppy), a
>  kernel-image disk (kernel on disk), and a boot-record only disk, in
>  which a floppy points to a HD kernel image for booting.  I prefer the
>  latter as it's the most flexible and fastest to boot.
>  
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