I have posted a message on this board and have received kind replies from all
over. I would like to say thank you to all the people who have supported me and
given me a courage not to give up the Linux installation.
So far, in order to get X-server work with my STB128, I have figured out I need
to replace the exinting XF86 driver with the SF86_SVGA on the
http://dimension128.smartcom.net/. I have already accessed to the site and
found that it existed.
However, how can I download the file to the Linux environment? I have not
configured (or figured out how to configure) my modem to linux. I, neither,
have not configured the CD-ROM. So, it seems that there is no disk devices I
can use to do the job. I have the Windows 95 environment in the very same
system, but, can I use this system?
I am totally a new to Linux who do not know what I am doing. Is there any way
that I can connect MS-DOS HD with Linux? Is there other way to get the driver
All the Linux gurus, please help me. Please let me know where I need to start
using Linux? I have read three thick books but still unable to fugure out what
needs to be done.