David A. Gatwood
dgatwood at mvista.com
Thu Sep 16 04:03:33 EST 1999
On Wed, 15 Sep 1999, Kevyn Shortell wrote:
> Ok, here's the story from the horses mouth.
> You need to use HFS to boot, no other method is guaranteed to work.
> You can call it a kludge if you want to, but while you up there on
> the soapbox, you might want to rethink your statement and consider how
> Linux boots on X86.
Case in point: loadlin and syslinux. Similar to BootX (app) and this new
booter (BootY?) respectively.
> Linux as a OS, has more kludge factor than anything else on the planet
> and it works, people use it, life goes on.
My thoughts exactly.
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