On Sat, 19 Oct 96 15:24:10 PDT
Rob Liebschutz <firstname.lastname@example.org> alleged:
Not really, the BSDI installation procedure does it with one floppy.
The BSDI bootstrap knows how to load a gzipped kernel image. I've
made modified boot disks from their installation procedure. I've
never turned on NFS though, and admittedly it's all packed in there
tight enough that every time I want to do something else I'm deleting
one thing to add another. An 8mb flash card for $300 would be
very nice if it worked.
Well if you're talking i386. For NetBSD/i386 work is being done to
make gzip'ed kernels boot at thi time.