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SubjectRe: How can I create root disk in Redhat 6.0
Mike wrote:

> Hi !!
>
> When i boot linux from rescue disk, i get following message:
>
> VFS: Insert root floppy disk to be loaded in RAM disk and press ENTER
>
> Now how can i create a root disk... I am trying to boot Redhat 6.0

A Slackware boot disk can do wonders here -

I never cared for Red Hat's rescue disks - even though I have
run Red Hat since '97, I still use Slackware boot/root floppies for
this type of situation...

jjs


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