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Posted: Mar. 19 2006,00:41 QUOTE

Hi there,

Winga I don't really understand your question. There's nothing special about booting by default in XFree. I just followed the instructions in the info file :

For choosing an XF86Config-4 I guess you could create your own cheat codes by editing linuxrc. I didn't do that.


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Posted: Mar. 20 2006,10:06 QUOTE

All that work just so's to save 1 minute of uncompressing?
(it takes at least twice longer than that to boot win2K  :D ).

Seriously, if uncompressing takes too long, I think it might be easier to have some script to convert a compressed mydsl to
an uncompressed mydsl. I dunno if it'll work (have to look up
the gzip docs) but I think it'll save the same amount of time and use up the same amount of space on your hard drive. Simpler than re-mastering no?
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