Thank you all for your responses .. I pretty sure I can do it now.
I think you all went off on a tangent ... The computers I'm setting up only have a Motherboard and video card and harddrive, so the only possible way to boot is off the harddrive. (Without the purchase of additional hardware ;-)
Sailboat racing is not a matter of life and death .... It is far more important than that !!!
Peter Cordes <email@example.com>
03/23/01 08:52 PM
Subject: Re: Today's Challange
On Fri, Mar 23, 2001 at 07:22:27PM -0800, Heather wrote:
> And if you want to boot from floppy or not at all -- perhaps as a security
> measure? -- then make sure a floppy is in, and use boot=/dev/fd0
You can put this in lilo.conf to boot a floppy from lilo:
This lets you boot off the HD, so you can get into linux fast without
having the BIOS grind your FD. If you want to boot off a floppy, you can do
so without going into the BIOS setup. (The "unsafe" option makes it
possible to run /sbin/lilo without a floppy in the drive.)
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