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SubjectRe: IPV4 as module?
Followup to:  <>
By author: Jan-Benedict Glaw <>
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> That's not all correct. You can fit 700 MB data on a CD-ROM, but booting
> is still emulated from a 1.44 MB floppy (or some other floppy/HDD
> images, but many BIOSses won't accept those (or handle them correctly)).

Baloney. Most BIOSes support "no emulation" booting these days; in fact,
there are more that don't do floppy emulation correctly than the few very
old BIOSes which didn't do no emulation.

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