In the standard hal91 distribution the files add.tgz and hal91.ini are located on the floppy disk. The add.tgz file contains most of the standard unix utilities.. the hal91.ini can be considered the initialization script of the system. This is the convenient place to make changes to the system.
The included hal91.ini script performs the following actions:
The distributed system contains most of the files I find neccesary for using linux.
mke2fs for checking/fixing and creating linux file systems
my favourite editor. with capabilities to emulate pico, vi or emacs
nice for rescue work
for rescue work
ftp to contact the rest of the net.. (assuming you've made contact with the net)
chat to make an modem connection with the net.
lsmod, rmmod to use modules
Other binaries making hal91 a linux system .. like:
Libraries to make the binaries work.. libcom_err, libext2fs, libuuid