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One bootdisk only
  • From: "Mario Ohnewald" <mario.ohnewald@xxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 19 Nov 2002 14:47:45 +0000 (UTC)
  • Message-id: <002001c28fda$bd7eee10$350aa8c0@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Hello!
I am VERY new to this ;)
I did make a bootdisk with the "bootdisk" image from the SuE8.0 CD1.
I compiled a new Kernel (839kb) and compiled net and fs driver into it, no
modules at all. I copyed the kernel into the floppy, and delted the old
kernel first.
Then i put my info file and autoinst.xml onto floppy (attached).
Why does it still want bootdisk 2 (modules) ??? After it finishes Loading
the kernel with the 2nd floppy (shouldn´t need it!) it hangs in a black
screen and a blinking cursor, wich must be a kernel problem (CPU or
something). But this is not the Problem (yet) ;P
How can i tell it to only use one boot disk, it does not need more.

Cheers, Mario

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<!DOCTYPE profile SYSTEM "/usr/lib/YaST2/profile.dtd">
<profile xmlns="http://www.suse.com/1.0/yast2ns"; xmlns:config="http://www.suse.com/1.0/configns"; >
<configure>
<runlevels>
<default>3</default>
</runlevels>
<users config:type="list" >
<user>
<encrypted config:type="boolean" >true</encrypted>
<user_password>fanta4</user_password>
<username>root</username>
</user>
<user>
<encrypted config:type="boolean" >true</encrypted>
<user_password>HIF3/HT.M5ZBU</user_password>
<username>tux</username>
</user>
</users>
</configure>
<install>
<bootloader>
<activate config:type="boolean" >false</activate>
<linear config:type="boolean" >false</linear>
<parameters></parameters>
</bootloader>
<general>
<hwclock>localtime</hwclock>
<keyboard>german</keyboard>
<language>de_DE</language>
<mouse>probe</mouse>
<timezone>Europe/Berlin</timezone>
</general>
<partitioning config:type="list" >
<drive>
<device>/dev/hda</device>
<use>free</use>
</drive>
</partitioning>
<report>
<confirm config:type="boolean" >true</confirm>
<errors>
<log config:type="boolean" >true</log>
<show config:type="boolean" >true</show>
<timeout config:type="integer" >10</timeout>
</errors>
<messages>
<log config:type="boolean" >true</log>
<show config:type="boolean" >true</show>
<timeout config:type="integer" >10</timeout>
</messages>
<warnings>
<log config:type="boolean" >true</log>
<show config:type="boolean" >true</show>
<timeout config:type="integer" >10</timeout>
</warnings>
</report>

<software>
<addons config:type="list" />
<base>Minimal</ base>
</software>

</install>
</profile>


<configure>
<nfs config:type="list">
<entry>
<server_path>192.168.10.8:</server_path>
<mount_point>/usr/local/dist/SuSE8.0</mount_point>
<options>default</options>
</entry>
</nfs>

<security>
<CONSOLE_SHUTDOWN>ignore</CONSOLE_SHUTDOWN>
<CWD_IN_ROOT_PATH>no</CWD_IN_ROOT_PATH>
<FAILLOG_ENAB>yes</FAILLOG_ENAB>
<FAIL_DELAY>6</FAIL_DELAY>
<GID_MAX>60000</GID_MAX>
<GID_MIN>101</GID_MIN>
<KDM_SHUTDOWN>root</KDM_SHUTDOWN>
<LASTLOG_ENAB>yes</LASTLOG_ENAB>
<MD5_SUPPORT>no</MD5_SUPPORT>
<OBSCURE_CHECKS_ENAB>no</OBSCURE_CHECKS_ENAB>
<PASSWD_USE_CRACKLIB>yes</PASSWD_USE_CRACKLIB>
<PASS_MAX_DAYS>99999</PASS_MAX_DAYS>
<PASS_MAX_LEN>8</PASS_MAX_LEN>
<PASS_MIN_DAYS>1</PASS_MIN_DAYS>
<PASS_MIN_LEN>5</PASS_MIN_LEN>
<PASS_WARN_AGE>14</PASS_WARN_AGE>
<PERMISSION_SECURITY>easy local</PERMISSION_SECURITY>
<ROOT_LOGIN_REMOTE>no</ROOT_LOGIN_REMOTE>
<RUN_UPDATEDB_AS>nobody</RUN_UPDATEDB_AS>
<UID_MAX>60000</UID_MAX>
<UID_MIN>500</UID_MIN>
</security>

</configure>
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