I would agree with the other poster who said to get a new CD. You
should be able to get one cheap at www.cheapbytes.com (depending on
where you are).
As for the DOS partition, if you are only trying it out, then I don't
see why you wouldn't use the UMSDOS capability. Everything gets
installed into a DOS directory. Want to get rid of it? Just delete the
directory (assuming that you are booting up off a floppy). I agree that
this is not a good long term solution.
> I bought a book on Linux a few years ago that came with Slackware Linux 1.1
> kernel on CD-ROM. The book explains how to install it on an existing DOS
> partition without the danger of erasing any of the current data. I have
> only one partition on my PC loaded with Windows 95. Can I really install
> the linux into the partiton where Windows 95 resides? Or, if I decide to
> remove the installation, can I do it and how? Is there anyone out there who
> has done them? If so, please give me your advise.