[kernel] bug#173: boot a gzip kernel

Joel Soete <joel.soete@tiscali.be>, 173@bugs.parisc-linux.org Joel Soete <joel.soete@tiscali.be>, 173@bugs.parisc-linux.org

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Package: kernel
Severity: wishlist

Even thought we do not have yet floppy disk support, it would  be 
interesting to be able to boot a gzip kernel (I test an early version of 
the Bruno's port of lkcd and the resulting kernel size was of about 
60Mb, compressed it has a usual size of 5Mb)