Loic Prylli (Loic.Prylli@ens-lyon.fr)
Mon, 8 Mar 1999 19:53:24 +0100 (MET)
Nikita Schmidt writes:
> On Tuesday, 9 Mar, Martin Lucina wrote:
> > I have an idea, why not supply an init command for MILO (and aboot if it can
> > be done) so that people have one less thing to type? You could also embed the
> > kernel into MILO and use boot "embedded:" if you wanted to but you would have
> > to compile MILO.
> Thanks for reminding, I just completely forgot about that. Of course,
> it would definitely make sense to set up the "init command" on the boot
> disks... It can even be done straight on the images, without replacing MILO.
> Sorry, Loic, for not mentioning it earlier...
That is a very powerful functionality, and I actually use it on my machine for
some time now.
This is probably something to do for the next version, but that did not make
it this time, because I would like to do it right, taking into account
most possibilities (CDROM, floopy1, hardisk, other...) rather than
just assuming the user is alway booting from floppy 0.
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