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Re: What Next



Also burn these files as images and not as data files. Try finding how to
burn iso images to make usable cd's.

VJ

On Thu, October 7, 2004 4:09 pm, Scot L. Harris said:
> On Thu, 2004-10-07 at 11:02, Don Cavaiani wrote:
>> I have downloaded the 4 large CD images to my PC hard drive (XP).  I
>> also
>> have a copy of UltraISO which is able to display the actual files under
>> the
>> CD Image files.  I know I need to create some kind of a Boot CD or
>> Floppy,
>> but I have not found a clear explanation yet.  I expect that if I can
>> boot
>> into Linux, then I will need to use "parted" to create a small FAT32
>> partition, and the Linux partition ........and then load the entire
>> Linux
>> O/S ???
>
> You need to burn the 4 CDs to media.  The first one will be bootable.
> Once you boot using the first CD it will walk you through the install
> process.
>
> If you are going to dual boot your system please spend some time
> searching the list and the other linux web sites on how to do this
> correctly so you don't run into problems.
>
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