Subject: Re: Kernel build errors in krpc_subr.o
To: matthew green <email@example.com>
From: Chris G. Demetriou <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/07/1997 20:56:44
> If you do that, then you can not do NFS root over PPP/SLIP,
> (with BOOTP) which was intended to work. Does anybody care?
> while i doubt i will ever use this feature, it _should_ exist.
What does it _mean_ to mount root via NFS over a PPP or SLIP
How do you set up the SLIP or PPP connection? How do you set up the
kernel line discipline on the right tty? What does bootp over SLIP or
PPP really "mean," to begin with?
Even forgetting the performance issues, NFS root mounted over SLIP or
PPP seems nonsensical.