Well that works. Thank you Stefan for taking the time to catch my
methods behind my means. Obviously from a much earlier post from the
older LinuxBIOS list, and from the appropriate page on the site I have
worked out how to boot the resulting image from GRUB.
However one question: How do I make use of the grubfs files? For
example I came across the usual files that I see when I build a
release of Grub-Legacy, and those make sense, (Those are the ones that
start with fsys.) but I saw there one called grubfs.o . These were
seen in the target subdirectory inside and inside the subdirectory fs
and then inside one called (what else?) grubfs. Are these for the one
Gregg C Levine gregg.drwho8(a)gmail.com
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On 7/23/06, Stefan Reinauer <stepan(a)coresystems.de> wrote:
* Gregg Levine <gregg.drwho8(a)gmail.com> [060723
I downloaded the contents of the SVN contained repository using the
normal instructions for the tool and it arrived. I then proceeded to
build it. It then decided to take exception in several areas of my
choice of Linux distributions. Essentially towards the end of the
build process it tossed an exception. This was inside the portion
marked bootstrap. Similar problems happened with each of the releases,
except ones from the early sixties.
Since I do not wish to crowd the list with this litany of actual
problems I will have a webpage up detailing all of them at
within the next few hours. (EDT
This is due to a permission bug in viewvc/viewcvs. r70 provides a
workaround for this problem.
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