Walter Tautz wrote: > the system came preinstalled > with redhat 8.0 and I do have a copy of the kernel-config file > for the running kernel so if I knew how to build a different install disk... If you want to equip a boot disk with another kernel, Chapter 10.3 of the Debian Installation Guide  may help you. Probably you will have to take care of installing that kernel on your hard drive manually, but this always works for me. Cheers T. 0. http://www.debian.org/releases/stable/i386/ch-boot-floppy-techinfo.en.html#s-rescue-replace-kernel P.S.: Strictly speaking, the correct place to ask would be debian-user, as debian-boot is intended for development. Most people won't mind that much, but some get offended more easily.
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