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Re: problem



>I am going to download the newest version of Debian Linux with Windows
>95. How can I convert them to Linux format so that Linux will recognise
>the boot disk, root disk, ect.  I've heard that their is a utility to do
>that, but I can't find it.  If you know anything about this please email

First, get the disk images (root, boot, base 1,2,3) and a tool called 
rawrite2 I think.. It's something that can be found on the ftp site 
with Debian. Then, use the rawrite program to write the images to the 
floppies. Then boot with the Debian disk, and finish your installation.

Tim


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