Red Hat has this done for you... download the CD .iso images and burn them
to CD. Otherwise, I would burn what you have onto CD... keeping the file
structure, and tell setup where it is (on the CD). I would personally go
with option 1 (the iso's), unless you want some sort of custom
AOL IM: CrackedBoy
"Then, in the dark hour before dawn, sirens blasted. They were announcing
departures for a world that now and forever meant nothing to me. . . . And
I felt ready to live it all again too. As if that blind rage had washed me
clean, rid me of hope; for the first time, in that night alive with signs
and stars, I opened myself to the gentle indifference of the world.
Finding it so much like myself--so like a brother, really--I felt that I
had been happy and that I was happy again." --Meursault of The Stranger
> Hi there.
> Would some kind soul please help me out? I've downloaded the whole kit
> n' kaboodle for RH Linux 7.1 and I've finally(!) figured out how to
> rawrite the boot disk, but I've got over a gig in my OS directory, (and
> almost a full gig of that is in the Red Hat directory) and I don't even
> know where to start with trying to create the CD(s) that will actually
> install Linux onto my system!
> Would someone please post a file tree or something?