Newbie question

Ronald G. Minnich rminnich at
Thu Mar 13 22:58:01 CET 2003

On Thu, 27 Feb 2003, Yann POUPET wrote:

> I've read a lot of posts, but haven't found what I'm looking for. I
> think I've understood that linuxBios is only there to be able to boot
> another Linux. Is it possible to boot the kernel directly in (from?) the
> bios then launching init, mouting HDs... I mean, is there a way to do as
> if there where no bios on a pc, decompressing the kernel just after
> power-on, and going on? 

that's how linuxbios works on many platforms.


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