Subject: How to build a boot floopy?
To: SPARC port <email@example.com>
From: Greywolf <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/02/1999 15:50:32
I'm attempting to build a boot floopy using the INSTALL kernel as
a template, and I have a couple of questions:
1. Why in the *world* is this kernel so damn big? 2.7M vs 1.6M...
2. How do I get a root filesystem in there?
3. What else needs to be done? I assume this is a SSTO floppy,
more or less, vs. the DSTO set we used to use (am I wrong?).
4. This should probably be question #2: Is there a document on this
anywhere? (I must be blind -- I can't seem to find one).
NetBSD: Are you old enough to run it?