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SubjectRe: Development Setups
Andrew Ebling wrote:


> Feedback on this document from anyone would be very much appreciated
> from anyone :)


The only thing I'd add is some pointers to setting up the target box
with NFS root. In my setup for driver development both my x86 and ppc
target boxes are diskless. The x86 boots using etherboot on a floppy,
and the ppc has network booting in the rom. I just compile a new kernel
on the development box, copy it into my /tftpboot directory, and hit the
reset button on the target. No mess, no fuss, no fsck.

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Adrian Cox http://www.humboldt.co.uk/

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