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mysql viability (was: shells and bells)

You can use modules to support devices and filesystems during boot if you
use the initrd/linuxrc boot process.  This is essential on some hardware.

-- Mike

On 2000-05-04 at 11:45 -0400, Mark J. Dulcey wrote:

> According to the SuSE web site, 6.4 includes package reiserfs-3.5.18-3,
> which is the utilities for the file system. The file system itself is
> part of the kernel package; I don't know whether it is built it or loads
> as a module. (If it's a module, you can't use it on the root file system;
> that would have to be ext2.)

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