is it at all possible that any of the newer BIOS'
recognize the parallel port cdrom?
reason i ask is, i am trying to install linux
on a cluster of PCs with no floppy, no internal
CDROM. these PCs will function as part of a beowulf
cluster. they do not each need a CDROM/floppy.
do i have to physically connect an internal
CDROM or floppy for this installation,
or is a single external backpack sufficient?
if it is, the BIOS must be able to recognize it.
how does one make a BIOS recognize a backpack
cdrom as a bootable device?
is it possible?
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