The author and maintainer of the NetWinder Disk-Update-HOWTO is Ralph Siemsen (email@example.com). Please send me any comments, additions, corrections so that the can be included in the next release. The latest version of this document can be obtained from http://www.netwinder.org/~ralphs/howto/Disk-Update-HOWTO.html.
The `sgml2info' version of this document doesn't show the examples properly - for some reason the linefeeds are removed. Why is this and how do I fix it?
May 22, 1999 (version 1.0): First public release of this document.
May 27, 1999 (version 1.1): Completed missing sections, added links to Carelton project, put in more cross-references.
Jun 7, 1999 (version 1.4): Added NFS-rescue section (thanks Mike!)
Jun 21, 1999 (version 1.5): Fixed typo in section 6.2 NetWinder setup (thanks to Steve Cockwell), added clarification about "rescue" versus "ralphs" versions of the firmware.
Dec 12, 1999 (version 1.6): Fixed typo in section 7.2, the filesystem type in the example was incorrectly listed.
Apr 10, 2000 (version 1.7): Documented the
-O sparse_super option
mke2fs, which is necessary on dm-3.1-15.
Right now this is a product entirely of my own imagination.
Mike Montour (firstname.lastname@example.org) designed the NFS-rescue package.
Steve Cockwell (email@example.com) spotted a typo in the Rescue-firmware chapter.
Jason Jackson (firstname.lastname@example.org) spotted a typo in section 6, it
Sean MacLennan (email@example.com) for spotting a typo in section 7.2, the
/etc/fstab entry should show a filesystem of
nfs and not
Robert Scwartz (firstname.lastname@example.org) caught my silly typo of the
sparse_super option for
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