Upgrade and floppy
As an inexperienced debian user, I rashly followed some instructions
I read somehwere to do an update/upgrade from the slink version I
installed from a couple of CDs that fell off the back of a magazine.
I have a debian/win95 system with a debian boot floppy. I boot to
one or the other system by having the bios set to boot A:C and
putting the debian floppy in the drive if I want debian. Now I
realise that the only way to boot debian is with the old version on
my floppy disk.
I don't actually know if I achieved anything with my apt-get dist-
upgrade, apt-get update and apt-get install libc6, but I do have
the feeling that I'll only get to debian with the old version on my
floppy disk anyway.
How do I find out what sort of state my system is in now? And is
there a way to get the new system (if I've got it) on to the floppy
I'm only subscribed to the digest list, so it might take some time
for me to read any replies, but I'd be most grateful anyway.