Subject: Re: Looking for a large i386 "rescue" floppy/kernel
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Magnus Eriksson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/19/2004 12:52:08
On Sun, 19 Sep 2004, Dave Huang wrote:
> for troubleshooting and repair of systems (which may not be running
Yes, those systems which might not be running NetBSD are just broken and
need to be repaired. I know. :-)
> Does anyone have a more full-featured rescue image, or should I roll
> my own?
If NetBSD is not an absolute requirement, what about lnx-bbc.org?
(Linux, 50MB, designed to fit on credit card CD) It even has X.
It might at least be useful in some circumstances and an extra tool in
your toolbox. (or wallet, if you burn it to the appropriate CDR)
The credit card CDRs might be an option even if you find a better
alternative than LNX-BBC. Frees up all your 256 MB for other stuff, and
is still very portable.
We should have something like LNX-BBC..