Kevin Lai (email@example.com)
Mon, 2 Feb 1998 11:19:06 +0800
I own a MicroSolution BackPack PD/CD Drive
My notebook is an old 486 system with no CDROM Drive, neither it has any
SCSI or PCMCIA slots.
I need to install Linux onto its limited 200MB harddisk.
My question is:
How can I get the BACKPACK CDROM to be recognised?
Do i need to install a minimal system onto the notebook using diskettes.
And compiled a newer kernel that support PARA-IDE modules.
Or there is a new Linux release which had the modules in installation disks
which will save me lots of troubles.
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