agnew at cs.umd.edu
Thu Mar 13 23:03:01 CET 2003
Yes, with an eeprom of (or over, which would include the doc millenium)
4mbits (512kbytes) people have been able to use the kernel just like that.
If you go for the doc millenium, you can get init and a floppy-like distro
in there too.
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?
> I'd like to do this, and 8MBytes millenium doc could maybe help me.
> Actually I just need a fast booting system.
> Hope this is not too much stupid question...
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