Re: Making root fs disk
> How do I make the install disks? (Because my 486 won't boot from CD)
> Is it $ dd if=/cdrom/some/root.img of=/dev/fd0 -[blah]=1440 ?
> I'm using RedHat until my CD set of Potato 2.2r4 arrives in the post, so my
> floppy is mounted on /mnt/floppy and the device is /dev/fd0.
> I have the boot disk, but I can't remember how I did it and the debian docs
> on the CD don't say how to do it on Linux, only using rawrite or whatever.
Doesn't section 220.127.116.11 of http://www.debian.org/releases/stable/i386/ch
-install-methods.en.html#s-create-floppy mentiones this?
> So is it the same process for both disks, the bootable disk and the root
> filesystem disk?
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