Booting Problems, Floopy drive is dying!!
I am upgrading a system from Red Hat to Debian 2.0. But it seems the floppy
drive on the box is dead. I can not write a boot disk no matter what I tried
to do. I use new floppies, old floppies etc and nothing works. At the point
where dinstall ask you to insert a floppy and everything seems to go well.
It does the deviation check and seems to write the disk. Then after write
the last cylinder something flash on the screen to quick to read and it is
then covered by the color dinstall message - "determining next set".
Basically, I need to know if I can find a Debian boot image on the web or
net. I've checked Debian.org did see it. Any hints.