Im telling you, man...the early Alzheimers is in full swing. That, plus Im rushing to take my girlfriend to a Halloween party and I dont have a costume yet! Had no time to look it up again. Stress!!!! I think I'll just put some clear plastic wrap over my face and go as a monster! LOLOL ;-)
By the way, it's nice to know that you thought well enough of my answer to want to save it. I do get off a good one every now and then, dont I? lol
[EDIT] Jon, there is one thing that my answer doesnt answer with regard to this situation...there seems to be a mix of terminologies. On the one hand I have a sup-bootdisk: and on the other a bootflash: And I know that the bootstrap program is what dictates how it views the memory allocation (either as a "flash" or "disk). So, could it be that the SP-ROMMON is coded to recognize its associated flash memory as "bootflash:" while the RP-ROMMON is coded to recognize its flash as "bootdisk:" [EDIT]
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