I believe that most of the responses that you will get to
this query will say that you can install most of the
distributions over the network. What they will neglect
(or incorrectly assume) is that there is a Linux machine
in the network with a CDROM drive. If you do not have one,
or, if your network is currently not set up, you will have
a tough time. I have a machine in my network named "installer".
If you have one of these, you will be in good shape.
: Hi, I currently have a windows 98 machine, and a pent 90 with DOS. I was
: wondering if it was possible to install linux on the DOS computer through a
: network. Does the network have to be set up first? The hub and all the other
: stuff are set up, but stuff like samba are not in place since linux isnt
: installed yet.
: My question : How do I install linux on a pentium 90 computer which has no
: modem, and no cd-rom, it only has a network card. Please help me.
: Orrin Jolly