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Old 07-09-2004, 09:11 AM   #1
zael
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compile kernel with nfsroot option


Does anyone know what otpion i need to set when i recompile the kernel so that it can boot using the nfsroot option? I currently have a RIS Server running PXELinux to boot an initrd file.

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1. What option to i need to set to compile the Kernel with NFSRoot Option?
2. Do I then need to change my INTRID file. if so what do i need to change?


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