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Re: creating a Boot-Disk

I do'nt know how but
I give you instance a example. I have a new kernel,it is called /home/supreet/vmlinuz. and /vmlinuz is there on my menu. I want to boot with /home/supreet/vmlinuz. Just type c giving you command-line. do root=(hdx,y) x being disk id from 0 and y being partition. then kernel=/home/supreet/vmlinuz root=/dev/hdx+1y+1
and it boots.

I think that means that it read ext2 partition. It does not stop there it can read ufs,msdos and variuous others using modules.

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