Question about Woody-Installation with floppies
> I've got a question: I want to install Woody (which I have on cdrom)
> on a 486 with a 3 1/2" - drive and a cdrom-drive, but without the
> ability to boot from cdrom. The problem is, the box has only 8 megs
> of ram, which - according to the help texts of the installer on the
> cdroms is not enough for the new bootdiscs, and there are no low
> memory bootdiscs for Woody anymore.
> Is there an easy way of getting a woody installation on this box up
> and running?
Perhaps you can install the base system only from Potato, and then
upgrade to Woody.
Does anybody know if the outcome of that would be exactly the same
as just installing Woody?