> Without a floppy-based rescue system, you have to use bootable CDROM,
> usually supplied by a vendor, without the tools to truly rescue a
> system. You can only re-install. For instance some vendors don't
> provide a SCSI-tape module so you can't recover from a SCSI tape.
There are a few minimalistic distributions that can be burned onto CDROM
for rescue operations. Just add your favourite kernel with all your
required drivers and you are ready to go.
Shameless plug: I use my own distribtion
for the same purpose. ;)
-- Ciao, Pascal
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