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Red Hat? Hmmm If I remember correctly you can use mkbootdisk
Sorry I am wasting your time, but I quit using Red Hat when they started with all that Fedora junk. They release fedora garbage so the users do their troubleshooting for them. Then the working technology goes into their enterprise edition. BTW fedora 1 is considered legacy now. Fedora core 3 is due out beginning of September.