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SubjectRe: Booting linux using Novell NetWare Remote Program Loader

> >>>>I removed the autoprobing from bootsect.S and fixed it to 1.44MB format
> >>>>et voila, it worked perfectly.
> >>>>
> >>>Do you have patch to do that?
> >>>
> >>I have a patch for 2.0.x only. But it should be enough to change the
> >>disksizes table at the end of bootsect.S to:
> >>
> >>disksizes: .byte 18,18,18,18
> >>
> >
> > Yep, tried that. No more crc errors when decompressing. Instead,
> > sudden reboot when it finishes loading. OOps.
> >
> > This is 486sx/25 booting from network. Kernel is 2.4.9, compiled with
> > math emu, and processor=386. Any ideas what is wrong?
> > Pavel
> Am I guessing correctly that this RPL thing is a floppy image emulator?
> Then it probably becomes a matter of where that image lives (in memory, if
> so where; or on the network and downloaded sector by sector.) You may
> want to try to make a SYSLINUX image and see if it works.

Yep, it is floppy image emulator. People are telling me it is
downloaded sector by sector. Do you have some "sure to boot" floppy
image somewhere on ftp?
The best software in life is free (not shareware)! Pavel
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