my e-mail to request opportunity to post: Making Boot Floppy
akabi at speakeasy.net
Fri Nov 21 20:42:03 UTC 2003
On Nov 21, 2003 at 12:33, David Rangel in a soothing rage wrote:
>I installed fedora on an Intel PC. At
>the end of the installation, when prompted
>to make a boot disk, I received an error
>indicating that the install system was
>unable to create sucha disk because the
>number of modules required to boot the
>machine made it impossible to fit the
>boot files on the 1.44Mb floppy.
>How does one make a boot floppy in such cases?
>How do I boot into my system now if there
>is a problem with the MBR?
You can use the first cdrom to boot rescue mode. Then
chroot to the system.
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