Re: Question on install
Quoting Nils Rennebarth (email@example.com):
> According to your further mails, BIOS settings try the floppy first.
> Was the floppy written ok?
> md5sum < /dev/fd0
> after you made the floppy with dd if=resc1440 of=/dev/fd0 bs=10240
> and compare that to
> md5sum resc1440.bin
> and check that all match the one in md5sums.txt
I did it and sometimes it was ok, sometimes not.
Then I was trying to cat file >/dev/fd0 and until ALL the md5sums were ok.
After reboot every single disc was broken.
I'm trying out another version, I suppose...
IS there any other way to accomplish a boot? Since with the old 13-6 discs
it just booted (I got the news ones then, because they are not really
working, you know it)...
Is there a way to boot via lilo on hd?
I know the German SuSE distribution that only needs a CD and a small
programm with DOS. There's no need for ANY discs, the kernels are loaded
from the CD. Well...
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