On 16 Sep 2003 11:09:15 -0700, Jan Buckow <IchWillSpassweb.de> wrote:>
> Hi all,
> I'm looking for a solution for the following problem:
> - I want to install Linux on an external USB hard disk
> (already did that; Suse 8.2)
> - I want to create a boot disk which makes it possible
> to boot this system
> => this is the problem
> I found several descriptions on how to create boot disks
> and what has to be considered in this context (use initrd;
> provide modules/compile into kernel: usb-uhci, usb-storage,
> scsi support).
> Somehow everything I tried so far failed.
> I'd appreciate very much if someone would take the time
> and provide a list of steps what needs to be done. Since I seem to be
> unable to follow the more generic descriptions that I found on the
> internet so far I'd appreciate also if you could be very explicit :-)
> I have been searching the internet for a solution now for quite a long
> time without success.
> Every hint is very much appreciated!
Do you have mkboot for ext2/3 boot floppies or syslinux for MSDOS-formatted
Try man -k boot
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