So, I thought the floppy drive was defective; it wasn't reading past a
certain point on the disk. But, most curiously, these errors don't
happen from Linux, but only in MILO; if I run 'dd if=/dev/fd0
of=tmp.img' on the boot disk and then do 'cmp tmp.img noname.img', the
binary files don't differ. No floppy errors are printed at all. So,
could an old version of MILO or a hardware misconfiguration be
responsible for these errors?
Any suggestions? Could I somehow put a kernel and the ramdisk
image on the hard drive, and boot from there?
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