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Re: rescue boot

Jakub Jelinek wrote:
> But boot.iso provides rescue functionality.  It just needs stage2.img
> for that, which it can fetch from various sources (it can be e.g. a local CD,
> harddisk with .iso images, FTP/HTTP download of stage2.img from a Fedora
> mirror or NFS mount).  Once it fetches it, it will offer you a shell prompt.

OMFG.  What is your problem?

You're right, how could I have overlooked how completely obvious and
convenient and sensible the current situation is.  Clearly there's no
need to change anything, ever.

Look, if you'd just put a damned busybox or something on the CD, it
would actually be *useful* for something that it is *not useful* for
now, which is, *actually rescuing* when you don't have easy access to
the full distro archive?

If you would stop jousting with me to convince yourself that you're
right, it might sink in that maybe, just maybe, I have a point here?

Why do I bother.

Jamie Zawinski
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