Hello,

Björn König schrieb:

> You can modify the existing floppy images. boot.flp contains the first
> part of the kernel and kern*.flp the further parts.
> 
> Build a custom kernel using
> 
>   makeoptions MODULES_OVERRIDE=""
> 
> in your kernel configuration file.
> 
>   # cd /usr/src/sys/i386/conf
>   # config YOURKERNEL
>   # cd ../compile
>   # make cleandepend; make depend
>   # make
> 
> Take your kernel file and compress it:
> 
>   # gzip -9nc kernel > kernel.gz
> 
> Now you can use the 'split-file.sh' script from src/release/scripts to
> split the compressed kernel into parts.
> 
>   # /usr/src/release/scripts/split-file.sh kernel.gz destdir 1392 Kernel
> 
> You can mount a floppy disk image with the following commands:
> 
>   # mdconfig -af boot.flp
>   md45
>   # mount /dev/md45 /mnt
> 
> Replace the kernel parts with your own.
> 
> I hope this helps. I havn't tested it before. There are other ways that
> are more elegant.

thank you very much, that worked fine!

Kind regards,

Oliver

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