Contributed by jose on from the build-your-own dept.
"O'Reillynet has a good article on how to make modifications to the OpenBSD boot floppy: http://www.onlamp.com/lpt/a/2909Some people like to have mini-systems on a floppy, or they like to be able to adjust things for install time settings. This is a pretty good introduction to building boot floppies, and definitely worth pairing up with similar articles we have run here in the past.
It specifically covers making your serial port the tty (so you don't need a keyboard/monitor attached), but mentions that the same method works for any other configuration changes you might want to make."
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