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so i am looking at a remake of linux kernel 0.0.1 and i have compiled it but I don't think that it supports the file systems that i have made ...
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    fs for 0.0.1


    so i am looking at a remake of linux kernel 0.0.1 and i have compiled it but I don't think that it supports the file systems that i have made does any body know where i can get a root fs that will work with linux kernel 0.0.1?

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    Hi driechers , check here LXR / The Linux Cross Reference
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    thanks.
    but lets say that i get an root fs that will work what boot loader should i use to put it on a floppy with kernel 0.0.1

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    I have never tried working with kernel 0.0.1 (but i guess i will try it soon-because it seems like fun )

    Regarding your question,i have no idea about it - you will get better replies in kernel-devel list or kernel related mailing list. drop a mail there.
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