Installing Grub on a bootable CD
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Sat Jun 25 13:10:43 UTC 2005
Am Sa, den 25.06.2005 schrieb Tony Crouch um 6:23:
> If you are just wanting to boot into Linux shouldn't a floppy boot disc
Since FC2 with kernel 2.6 the kernel and what it needs too (initial ram
disk image file) is too large to fit on a common floppy.
> If your wanting to use a CD-rom because you don't have a floppy drive, I
> couldn't see why it wouldn't work ... then again I'm only a newbie to
Yes, "mkbootdisk --iso" can create an ISO image file, which burned onto
a CD (CD-RW to be able to update when a new kernel is released) results
in a boot CD.
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