> I've a little experience about install linux through a EIDE CDROM drive
> on my desktop using Slackware CDROM. Now I like to intall linux on my
> laptop without a CDROM drive. I have no idea how to do it. Can I take
> advantage of the CDROM in my desktop? Or I need to download install
> files into floppy and do the installation? By the way my laptop is HP
> omnibook 5500. Thanks for any help!
I've been trying this for weeks.
I still haven't got it to work.
It could be that I am stupid but
I suspect not. A couple of people
have been helpful.
Suggestion since you are using
Slackware. Just do it via the
disksets with lots of copying.
Sounds like a pain, I know, I've
done it between a couple of desk-
tops, onw of which was uncoop-
How do you do it with RedHat or
LinuxFT (I have FT which is
similar to RHC).
Neither recognise an Adaptec-
1640A or a 3COM-3C589.
This has been going on for a
When they say CDROM required
they're telling the truth.
This is ridiculous someone must
have done it. Could they post
images of boot and supp disks
with either of those PCMCIA
cards supported? Pretty Please.