Dokks Dot Com: Boot a complete version of Linux from your SuperDisk
Jul 12, 2000, 04:38 (3 Talkback[s])
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[ Linux Today reader Steve
Hoff writes: ]
Now you can boot Linux from a superdisk diskette. For anyone
interested in getting a feel for Linux that doesn't have the space
or time to install Linux on a hard drive, but has a Superdisk
drive, follow the instructions at Dokks.Com to put a copy of Linux
on a Superdisk.
This is a full copy of Linux minus the X with networking
capabilities and anything that you care to add to it.