Chan Family <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I have recently purchased a copy of debian on CD and I tried
> installing it on my old computer, which was a 486 running at 66 Mhz
> but that computer could not boot from the CD drive. Is there any
> way that I can install it?
If you have DOS installed or a DOS boot disk, change into the \BOOT
directory on the CD-ROM and type BOOT. Otherwise you'll need to make
the appropriate boot disks. See \BO\DISKS-I3\1997-05-\INSTALL.TXT or
wherever it is on your CD.
If your CD-ROM is quite old, it might help to know its brand and
settings (IRQ etc.).
Carey Evans <*> email@example.com
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