Booting Installed Fedora off Compact Flash
I am using a computer which is an EBX-12 Single Board Computer (SBC, just like PC/104) specs of which are as follow:
Intel Pentium M 1.6 GHz
512 MB RAM
Intel 855GME chipset
Compact Flash Site
2 10/100/1000 Ethernet interface
2 USB 2.0 ports
15 GB HDD
Hitachi CD ROM
The above configuration works with normal x86 code. Currently I have installed Fedora core 4(x86) on the above system. I have a 512 MB CF (Compact Flash) card which is recognized as hdc on my system. Now, I want to boot this computer off that CF card as towards the end there will be no hard drive. I can access my CF card through the currently installed system without any problems. Can someone suggest me the steps that I have to go through in order to achieve this. Or if someone knows some already existing pointer over the net, can you please post it.
Also, does the procedure differ for different flavors of Linux? I have been using linux since last 2-3 years and I can say that I fairly know the linux OS but I am new to this kind of situation.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.