I just got the 1.2 meg "bare" file for Slackware 2.2.0. I used
rawrite to build a 5 1/4 inch floppy boot disk. After I get the boot:
prompt, I press enter, and after accessing the diskette a moment, it
comes back and says: Error 0x10, then prompts me with: Boot: ramdisk.
I get the same error with the other two images on the disk. One is
mount, (the command I tried is: mount root=/dev/fd0).
I'm running on a 386 with 8 meg. I got the boot image file as well as
the gzip and rawrite utilities from tsx-11.mit.edu.