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Rats. Permission denied. And I'm root. Obviously God and RedHat are conspiring against me. Using the RedHat "mkbootdisk" command was a bad idea anyway. It's only available on RedHat and it only makes a "rescue disk". I want a "boot/root" disk that can do things. Real things. It's time to pitch proprietary RedHat into the dustbin and bring out generic Debian.