Re: boot from rescue floppy, install from cd?
In short: you will not to do anything about the CDROM
as far as it is a SCSI or IDE one. If you have a
proprietary card for it (no very likely), you'll have
to insert a proper module for it during the
Longer, but MUCH better: Read Debian Installation
Manual located on the first CD of the Debian Set in
On Mon, Apr 03, 2000 at 01:23:28PM -0700, Jordan wrote:
> I got the rescue floppy .bin file and will hopefully get my sytem booted
> from that. Will my system recognize the cd drive (so I can do a full
> install) if I boot from this floppy? My system's bios doesn't have a boot
> from cd option. If the floppy isn't enough, what do I need to do to get the
> sytem booted with the cd drive available?
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