We see them every day, but the question is, how do you roll your own
I know it's something to do with the rockridge extensions, but what, where
do you put the kernel etc..
(I want to make an ISO image to boot a full system, with /home mounted via
NFS and /var on a ramdisk, shouldn't be all that hard now ???)
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