Subject: Re: Setting up root. ..
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Pierre-Philipp Braun <email@example.com>
Date: 08/20/2006 23:48:18
I'm making a new restore CD (netbsd-4, even), following the NetBSD/cobalt
Restore CD Howto. But it seems the official Cobalt ISO has changed since the
guide has been written: there's no nfsroot/cobalt directory to remove &
replace by NetBSD sets. Hence no cobalt/binary/kernel/boot.gz to backup.
There's no install-core.sh neither.
There's just a usual (Linux) system tree into nfsroot/ instead. Should I
remove nfsroot/* and untar NetBSD/cobalt sets in it (and fix things, namely
etc/, to act like a yet installed system) ?