What's a straight forward way to reinstall linux after
repartitioning? I don't have a zillion disks with a
complete distribution. I ftp'd stuff gradually, because
I have a very slow network link, and very little unix
disk space (but tons of space on another pc that I could
ftp from once I get networking up and running.
I still have the two installation/ram-root disks.
Should I recreate or re-ftp installation disk sets?
If so, how can they be recreated easily? (ie, slackware)
How can I create custom disk sets with just the stuff I
need on them?
Is it possible to install via nfs if I have everything
not in a disk format. How about if it's in a dump format?
(assuming I can get nfs on the other pc)
If I can beg/borrow/steal a tape drive, can I use that with
the installation disks?
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