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Re: Custom Bootdisk

On Fri, Sep 08, 2000 at 10:07:01AM -0500, Joe Bonansinga wrote:
> I understand that a bootdisk can be made at the time of install. How can I
> make a custom bootdisk( and I guess root disk) for my system that has vastly
> different kernel parameters than when it was first installed. This is going
> to be for emergency purposes. Should I just read the Bootdisk how-to?

Don't know if this will help, but you might do just as well grabbing
one of the emergency disk images out there.  Tom's Boot/Root is
particularly good (search on Freshmeat for "tomsbtrt" or "tomsrtbt" or
something like that).  The LinuxCare business-card CDs are also cool
if you can get a hold of one.
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