> What CD-ROM boot and root disks should I use in order to access my
> Toshiba CD-ROM? I can't get setup to recognize MY CD at all, and I'm
> going to setup off CD.
> Someone please mail me on what to do.
You do not say which bus.
If you have a EIDE drive the CDrom is sometimes
put as the slave on the second IDE controller. You need to give the extra
argument cdrom=hdd to tell the kernel to look at this drive. ( I think, my
Linux machine is at home so I cannot check) when booting. Or make your
CDROM the master on the second IDE controller.
Dr. J. D. ADDISON
Transport Parallel Computing Centre
University of London Centre for Transport Studies
University College London