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boot floppy creation

Start here:

You may want to try playing with LDLINUX.SYS, which is how all of the
major distributions do it.

-- Mike

On 2000-06-05 at 12:07 -0400, Ron Peterson wrote:

> The machine I'd like to do this for happens to be a RH installation, but
> it's a vendor install, and vmlinuz is not in /boot, so mkbootdisk
> doesn't work.
* * *
> What do you do if the kernel *does* require boot-time parameters?  Where
> do I look to find them on my particular system?

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