I have a 486/66 laptop, that I would like to install Linux on. I have
Redhat Linux on a CD, but the 486 does not have a CD-drive. My other laptop
does, and I would like to connect the two via a Laplink cable, and install
Redhat Linux on the 486.
I have a copy of Mini-Linux on a floppy, and it runs on the 486, which by
the way is the only operating system on that machine, since I got the cart
ahead of the horse, and repartioned the 486's hard drive eliminating windows
Can anyone help me with this?
I am a rank novice at Linux, which is why I would like to have it on the
486. If I screw something up on that machine, I won't lose anything. :) I
have also read a number of How-Tos, but with my inexperience I could not
make heads or tails of them.
Also I would like to run the Seti@home program full time on the 486, so any
help in un Tar-ing that to the hard drive would be appreciated.
Prescott Valley, AZ USA
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