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Re: Toughbook CF-25 w/o CD-ROM

There are two good things happen to human race; development of the wheel
and Linux Debian. Thanx for help, there is no better supported software
than this one.

Alexei Khlebnikov wrote:
> > I am a novice in Linux & I would appreciate your help. I've  tried to
> > load Debian 2.2r4 into my Toshiba CF-25. This laptop has no CD-ROM.
> > Normally I use either my Backpack CD-Rewriter from Microsolutions or
> > EXP's CD-RW station. Both drives use parallel printer port as an
> > interface and they work fine on DOS or Win. I've called  EXP support and
> > they only can tell that their drive is supported by a new Linux kernel.
> Try loading a module for your CD-RW by modconf.

I'm still looking for the proper driver for my disks.

> Just mount your windows partition. Make /mnt/hda1 directory and mount it:
>         mount /dev/hda1 /mnt/hda1
> Then you'll find your windows partition in /mnt/hda1.

Sorry for this stupid question.

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