modify syslinux.cfg to boot linux cd in scsi cd rom

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modify syslinux.cfg to boot linux cd in scsi cd rom

Postby jimmy_please@yahoo.com » Tue, 14 Dec 2004 14:38:51 GMT

How can I tell linux to boot from a scsi device?  What do I need to
modify in syslinux.cfg?  How can I load the scsi driver (block driver
disk)?


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