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3com 3C509BCSO Driver
Or, if you want, you can type setup -f -a, where -a means "all".
In order to use the floppy in various positions, the setup command manages a sort of "multi-configuration". You are able to switch from one profile to another 3com 3C509BCSO whenever you want.
You can save different profiles with different names. For example, with setup -r "home" you can load a profile with only ppp support; with setup -r "pc12" you can load a profile for an ethernet card and the IP 3com 3C509BCSO PC When muLinux boot, setup ask you for a profile to load. Special config name are "NONE" and "lock": With setup 3com 3C509BCSO, you can also load in memory a compressed modules: See help.
You only need about M of free space 3com 3C509BCSO on your hard-disk.
3com 3C509BCSO both cases, we use loadlin to boot muLinux, so it is necessary to start from the DOS prompt with the command linux. The reason behind 3com 3C509BCSO choice is that muLinux was built to be used temporarly on PCs which we do not own: EXT2 installation, on the contrary, is just a curiosity and it is 3com 3C509BCSO only intrinsecally dangerous one: By the way, if you really have a spare partition sufficiently big, why don't you install a true Linux?
This feature uses the so-called "loop Linux device", a whole filesystem embedded in a normal DOS file, located in c: At this point you will be asking about the title of this section.
3com 3C509BCSO Actually, what we described until now are not real installations but actually a cloning process. The entire muLinux filesystem 3com 3C509BCSO mounted devices is copied with cp -a, that's true! Just a few word of advice: Cloned muLinux systems work just as normal systems mounted in RAM.
Setup and autoconfiguration procedures are consistent between 3com 3C509BCSO three installation modalities. The user will not notice any difference.
This feature makes muLinux different from similar floppy-Linux offerings, which have a stronger link with the floppy. This is primarily for to embed 3com 3C509BCSO frozen copy of active filesystem in a maybe read-only, bootable media, with DOS campatible formatting.
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SRV addon mounted is required, for this functionality. When you see the 3com 3C509BCSO Automatic reboot in progress, extract the floppy and start DOS. At the dos prompt cd into c: The 3com 3C509BCSO boot of this new system is exhausting like the pains of a childbirth: If instead you manually cloned muLinux starting from a RAM-mounted system already configured, the cloned system will already be complete.
Beware that on a with 4M the entire cloning process 3com 3C509BCSO "re-animation" can take more than 15 minutes the very first 3com 3C509BCSO, but you will then be able to see XWindow starting on your ! The nfsroot-service is configured with the 3com 3C509BCSO setup procedure see The setup command: The patch is so tiny just one line that it can be the subject of an email or it can be written on a stamp!