usb root FS?
aip at cwlinux.com
Sun Oct 6 03:52:01 CEST 2002
> Is it possible to use a DOC and a USB drive as the root filesystem?
> Has anyone ever attempted this? I understand that it not be fastest
> thing in the world, but it would be neat...
Actually it is more that that. You can even boot kernel within USB drive with
kexec. In this case, you will use Linux in DOC as a bootloader.
1. Boot DOC's Linux
2. Mount usb drive
3. kexec kernel within USB drive
In theory, you can boot Linux system even from memory stick. :) For those who
are interested, I have got DOC image support kexec and you can start from there.
I only have images for PCCHIPS 758lr+/m787 and PCCHIPS 810 motherboards so far.
Comments are welcome.
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