Great find, but now I need help...

Darryl milenium at ihug.com.au
Mon Aug 28 17:26:21 PDT 2000


> However, it is so old, it doesn't have a CD-ROM drive, nor PCMCIA
> connections.  All it has is a floppy drive and a hard disk of unknown
size.
> Any suggestions of how I might be able to get Linux on there?  Maybe a
linux
> boot disk that allows me to PPP over a serial connection to my other linux
> box?  It'd be a slow link, but then everything on that system will be
slow,
> so what's the big deal?
>
> Thoughts, suggestions, tips?

If you have a Slackware i know its groups of packages are done in floppy
size lots if that helps , for that reason


Darryl






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