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SubjectRe: Q: Linux rebooting directly into linux.
Michael Rothwell <> writes:

> "Eric W. Biederman" wrote:
> >
> > I have recently developed a patch that allows linux to directly boot
> > into another linux kernel.
> This would rock. One place I can think of using it is with distro
> installers. The installer boots a generic i386 kernel, and then installs
> an optimized (i.e, PIII, etc.) kernel for run-time.

This would rock? It already does. Of course the installers need
to actually uses this.


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