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RE: mount tar.gz fs in grub ?

From: Kjeld Flarup Christensen (ST/LMD)
Subject: RE: mount tar.gz fs in grub ?
Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2005 12:05:47 +0200

As far as I remmember you should do a pivot root on the cramfs disk in 
Thus the grub files would be outside the cramfs.

  Kjeld Flarup

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>       I don't know if I told you before but I am having 
> problems on building 
> a grub disk with a lot of little text files... the floppy gets full.
> Is there any module that permits me loading a tar.gz file as a fs?
> Is there any module that loads cramfs (this could be another option)?
> I know that Grub has gunzip support but I'm not sure if it's 
> only focused on 
> unzipping kernels when loading them into RAM.
> My last option is breaking Grub Super Disk into 2 floppies 
> but I'd rather not 
> to do it.
> Thank your for your help.
> adrian15
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