Toshiba 110CS - Additional information

Toshiba 110CS - Additional information

Post by Joe » Sun, 31 Dec 1899 09:00:00

Further to the post below, I am running Win98 on the Aptiva.

Thanks and regards,


Original post:
I wish to install Redhat 6.2 on a Toshiba Satellite 110CS, with no CD
support. I have an IBM Aptiva. Can I create a Redhat boot disk which will
contect to my cdrom on the Aptiva via parallel connection?

Any help would be appreciated.




1. Linux on Toshiba Satellite 110CS

I have reviewed the documentation available on how to install RedHat
5.2 Linux on the Toshiba Satellite 110CS and, not being a 'C'
programmer or Linux guru, don't have a clue what they are talking
about.  Can anyone explain exactly how to do this ?  It appears that
some special work has to be done when I first start the installation
process.  I will be installing from a parallel port CD device
(backpack) which, I have read, will work,... probably.  Please respond
either in group or by email.

I realize this may not be a very simple request to respond to so I
really appreciate your efforts if you choose to help me.  I have
completed two installation on two desktops so I do understand the

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