Linux Question

  woodchip 22:51 20 Aug 03

After creating about 6 coasters, I have managed to extract files from the .ISO images onto three CD's but how do I get it to fire up from DOS? I have changed bios to start from CD but it ignores the number one CD, I know it will boot from CD in DOS as I have done it before with Redmond Linux and Mandrake 8.1 but this as licked me at the moment

  woodchip 22:54 20 Aug 03

Redhat 9 onto free space on drive running at mo 98

  woodchip 22:54 20 Aug 03

Redhat 9 onto free space on drive running at mo 98

  The Sack 22:57 20 Aug 03

Try this click here burn the image with Nero and the lot runs from a bootable CD, no installing, no partitioning, no risk of killing windows or anything.

  woodchip 23:01 20 Aug 03

It's Redhat that I whan to load though

  woodchip 23:02 20 Aug 03

want not whan

  woodchip 23:28 20 Aug 03

I would like to know

  TechMad 10:53 21 Aug 03

Does the first RedHat 9 disc that you made just get ejected? I have had a similar problem. Do you have two CD drives though?

  TechMad 10:57 21 Aug 03

The Nero software that The Sack suggests allows you to create what is known as a bootable CD. This will start the RedHat 9 installation.

  TechMad 11:01 21 Aug 03

Beware Mandrake and Lycoris, I think support the use of a floppy disk to kick start the installation of their linux distributions. However Red Hat's linux doesn't have such a system. So you are limited to getting the CD to work.

If all else fails you can get the three CD's for £2 each excluding delivery at click here

  TechMad 11:02 21 Aug 03

Its labeled as Blue Square 9. This is as Red Hat forbids any one to sell downloaded editions of Red Hat under the branding.

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