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||Posted: Mar. 07 2007,17:16
|Quote (Juanito @ Mar. 07 2007,08:51)|
|OK - sure, but if the dsl equivalent of alsa.unc were available would things work on a legacy boot with the alsa boot option and gnu-utils.dsl?|
No. Not at boot time. Both of those .dsls are huge memory resource hogs and would likely cause the system not to boot, as ramdisk would become exhausted. Therefore would not work for many users.
In fact, it would not work for the majority of DSL machines that I use.
Our target is not only a small distro but one that works well on very small resource machines.
You can, as many have, add commands to /opt/bootlocal.sh to achieve similar results.