included are three scripts I wrote to automatically produce Red Hat 7 root
filesystems. The driver is called mkrootfs.sh, and it takes three
arguments: The name of the image file, the size of the image file, and the
type of root filesystem. There are currently two root filesystem types:
'hack' and 'router'.
There's a lot of hardcoding all over the place (it is assumed that the Red
Hat 7 cd path is /mnt/cdrom, that the Red Hat 7 updates are in /data/upd,
that the uml kernel tree is under `pwd`/linux-2.4.0-test12, the root
password is set to 'root', the timezone is MET, etc etc); this was never
meant to be clean.