On Nov 2, Bruce C. Anderson wrote:
> Howdy Everyone
> 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 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.
The important HOW-TO for you is the plip install howto (PLIP is the
laplink cable network). It explicitly mentiones installation of
RedHat Linux. See
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