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In the News (Tue 23 Apr 19)

  Linux VR Booting HOWTO
Booting Linux from Windows CE isn't really that hard, so please give it a try, and if you do, please let me know how it goes (brad@ltc.com).
No, booting Linux on your device won't pysically damage it, void the warranty, or add years to your life (at least not that I know of), but it can (and always does when I do it) erase all of the data in the device's memory.
If you are booting a kernel configured for serial console, and you are not getting any output on the serial port when you boot the kernel, try booting it while PC Link is running.
www.linux-mips.org /linux-vr/booting.html   (1909 words)

 5.1. Booting the Installer on Intel x86
To boot the installer from hard disk, you must first download and place the needed files as described in Section 4.5, “Preparing Files for Hard Disk Booting”.
To boot from the installer boot floppy, place it in the primary floppy drive, shut down the system as you normally would, then turn it back on.
After booting from the boot floppy, the root floppy is requested.
www.debian.org /releases/stable/i386/ch05s01.html.en   (1017 words)

  Booting ARM Linux
Experience has shown on numerous occasions that most booting problems are unlikely to be related to this code, said code is also quite tricky and unlikely to give any insight into the problem.
Initialise the boot parameters to pass to the kernel.
Wherever it is placed there must be sufficient memory after boot to decompress the initial ramdisk into a real ramdisk i.e.
www.simtec.co.uk /products/SWLINUX/files/booting_article.html   (2855 words)

 4.6. Preparing Files for TFTP Net Booting
If your machine is connected to a local area network, you may be able to boot it over the network from another machine, using TFTP.
If you intend to boot the installation system from another machine, the boot files will need to be placed in specific locations on that machine, and the machine configured to support booting of your specific machine.
The Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) is used to serve the boot image to the client.
www.debian.org /releases/stable/i386/ch04s06.html.en   (710 words)

It is not read each time you boot up, but instead is read each time you install LILO.
LILO must be reinstalled to the boot sector each time you make a configuration change.
LILO was unable to boot kernels on partitions past the 1024th cylinder.
www.slackbook.org /html/booting.html   (774 words)

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