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Re: Documenting bugs

From: Marco Gerards
Subject: Re: Documenting bugs
Date: Sun, 20 Jun 2004 19:25:53 +0200
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"B. Douglas Hilton" <address@hidden> writes:

> As with any wiki, anybody can revise and edit this page so if any of
> you see something that doesn't seem right or if you have something to
> add then feel free to jump right in and fix it. I'm about half-way
> done with the page right now but I'm getting tired and might have to
> stop soon. Hopefully the page will be in a somewhat reasonably
> finished state by Monday.

Oh, great.  Thanks for documenting all this. :)

After having a quick look, I noticed you create a separate partition
for hurd-l4.  There is no need to do so (for now).  And `-o hurd' is
not a requirement.

What I do is copying all required files to a directory accessible via
TFTP.  On my second box I load menu.lst from the network.  After that
all required hurd-l4 modules (depending on the menu item) are loaded
from my tftp directory.

Oh, and there is no problem with using slackware.  I use it for almost
all my hacking (You mentioned it didn't work that well).


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