creating distribution installation disks with speakup in the kernel
William F. Acker WB2FLW +1-303-777-8123
wacker at octothorp.org
Sun Apr 9 01:04:50 EDT 2000
On the redhat disk, you'll find a file called initrd.img. It's a
compressed EXT2 file-system. In there, you'll find a little root
system. Redhat uses something called syslinux as a bootloader. The real
action takes place once the installation method is selected.
If I can help further, just let me know.
Bill in Denver
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