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Re: IBM PS/1 Consultant problem

Quoting Bradley Pursley (pursley001@yahoo.com):
>     Actually, it wasn't so much that my system was too
> small that was causing the problem, but just that it
> can't boot Linux from the floppy drive.  I could have
> theoretically gotten it to work on the drive I had,
> but my wife was getting tired of my playing with the
> Win95 settings on the DOS partition.  <grin>

If you've got a DOS partition, why not boot from it using
loadlin. All that goes on the DOS partition is a copy of
the kernel, one 32KB file and you may want a .bat file to
save remembering the command. Then shutdown to a DOS prompt 
and up comes linux.


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