On Mon, Jun 19, 2000 at 12:39:32PM +0100, Jeremy Smyth came forth with:
> After playing with my new "fudgie" a bit, I reckon I'd like a real CD, with
> a full installation on it, proper XF86Config, my home dir, my /etc/passwd,
> my fstab, and so on. Has anyone done this? Is it as simple as copying my / ,
> buggering with lilo.conf to mount / as iso9660, and doing some magic with a
> boot sector? (no idea how)
>> Reason: Have a large HDD that can't boot from the second partition, and
> besides... I don't want a lilo boot prompt (work machine, paranoid IT
could always use Loadlin...
bootable CD would be fun.. should be easier with 2.4 and devfs..
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