On Fri, 03 Aug 2001 10:40:24 CST, Brad Huntting wrote:
> > Have we come to a decision on when we're going to either drop floppy
> > support or consider a different version of GENERIC for the CDROM
> > installation?
> Along the lines of droping floppy support: I just managed to setup
> a DHCP/TFTP/NFS diskless boot server that boots the floppy install
> images. Unfortunatly, it did require nfs.
I take it from all the peripheral postings that the answer to my
questions is "no". :-)
I wonder how we even begin to decide such a thing.
By the way, even if floppy support is not discontinued, there's nothing
holding back the development of more flexible non-floppy kernel
arrangements. Perhaps that's the route to take, before we even think
about dropping floppies.
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