On Thu, Oct 30, 2003 at 10:25:07AM -0800, YhLu wrote:
So if the user installed the Linux Distribution to HD
in normal BIOS and
after that he flash the ROM to LinuxBIOS with FIFO and the system call work
without any problem.
If the user writes the FILO configuration file.
It will be possible that FILO loads the configuration file from
distribution CD and boot from the CD almost automatically,
and the distribution installer creates the FILO configuration file
on the hard disk, so the machine will boot from hard disk next time.
(the default location of the config file can be saved in CMOS)
So the LinuxBIOS pre-installed workstation will be possible.