Linuxbios + Etherboot + tagged Kernel Image
agnew at cs.umd.edu
Fri Apr 25 00:09:01 CEST 2003
On Fri, 25 Apr 2003, Andrew Ip wrote:
> > "etherboot will init the harddisk, and get the linux kernel
> > from the first partition of your harddisk.
> > so you just put the kernel into your harddisk's first partition
> > and the kernel name must be "kernel". filesystem can be ext2. "
> > But I have multiple partitions on my harddisk, Linux is not on
> > /dev/hda1 , is there any other solutions ?
> I think the patch support ext2, ext3 and vfat at the moment.
> If you are using something other than these. You still can
> extract file system code from grub to support other filessystem,
> eg reiserfs, xfs, jfs.
Wrong etherboot. For file system support you want my patch against
etherboot-5.0.6 found at http://www.missl.cs.umd.edu/~agnew/
(the rules change though, now you want to "make bin32/sis900.ebi")
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