On Sat, Nov 11, 2000 at 01:37:30PM +0000, Niall O Broin wrote:
> Hello all,
> This is to announce that an ISO of version 1.0 of the Irish Linux
> User Group's bootable business card CD, which is based on Linuxcare's BBC
> version 1.21, is now available for download from
Nice - looks much better than the original, mainly due to
> [X] OpenSSH
> [X] Non-US keyboards supported - quite interesting to those outside the U.S.
I removed the debian installer part to make it fit onto a credit-card-sized
CR-R blank (which only has ~45MB), and it works fine. Now I only miss NTFS
support in the kernel and a possibility to run memtest86 directly from the
CD - however, there seems to be not enough space on the boot floppy image.
What do I need to exchange when I want to compile a new kernel? The kernel
itself is on the boot floppy image, but what else?
Michael Schwingen, Ahornstrasse 36, 52074 Aachen
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