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Old 05-08-2008, 03:05 AM   #16
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GRUB can boot with an initrd, but I quite sure you can remove the "initrd" line, if your system is well configured (no need of module for booting and so on). But I say it again, for performance, and CF life, you'd better to make your system on an initrd and stay on it!
hello jf.argentino

You are right, I had problem with that point.
But now, I install lilo, so I can boot Slackware without any problem.
I have fixed lilo install and now It works fine.

Anyway, I look for more information about what is the best file system for Compact Flash, and a lot of people say that JFFS2 is better than ext2.

Then, I try to use this file system.

I very glad , I can do it, jejejejejej.

Thank a lot for all.

John
 
  


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