I can email you a script tomorrow (I think Jeff and someone else wrote/worked on it -I don't remember right now -its in the script.).  I did some (very) minor hacking to get it to work on Fedora 7 -just adding a case here or there .  Let me know. 


At 06:21 PM 8/13/2007, you wrote:
On Monday 13 August 2007, Ryan Jordan wrote:
> Hello all,
>    I'm a bit of a newbie to UML, and I'm trying to find some decent
> documentation on rolling my own root filesystem. What I've found so far
> seems to be either out of date, 404'd, or specific to a particular
> distro (Debian w/ debootstrap). Is there a good place to look besides
> the UML Wiki and the sourceforge home page?

I found this one useful for Slack 12.0:


Not familiar with how Redhat installs - presumably you could try using the
process in one of the readmes on the URL I posted but substitute installing
slackware packages with the relevent rpms?


Peter Chant

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