[syslinux] SYSLINUX works on more than 'floppy' media
apavloff at esatechnology.com
Wed Mar 3 09:58:26 PST 2004
I hit the syslinux homepage for the first time in a while. The stuff
just works, so there's no reason to come to the website, eh? :)
Anyway, the first line is "The SYSLINUX Project covers lightweight
bootloaders for floppy media (SYSLINUX)", and I think that this needs to
be expanded a bit. I use SYSLINUX on CompactFlash, and it works great
because together with loopback file systems, its possible to put an
entire linux system onto a stock FAT-formatted CompactFlash without
reformatting it and losing Windows-access capability.
So I'd just like to point out that SYSLINUX would be better described
now as a lightweight bootloader for removable media.
Just my $0.03.
Alex Pavloff - apavloff at esatechnology.com
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