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Bit of an odd one this... I have two hard drives on my system, the Master is a 40gb that has windows and all personal files/programs.. the Slave had a ...
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- 08-08-2005 #1
- Join Date
- Aug 2005
How to install linux on a slave with no cd....
I have two hard drives on my system, the Master is a 40gb that has windows and all personal files/programs..
the Slave had a previous windows install, is now formatted, empty, and partitioned into a 15gb and a 25gb....
I wanted to install linux onto the slave, to see if I could deal with using linux before getting rid of windows altogether.
However, I don't have a cd writer, nor do I have a floppy drive...
What I'm asking is two questions really- is there anyway to install linux through windows, or at least from the master onto the slave in DOS....
Also, is there a linux that I can download and install without the need for CD's???
If this has already been asked sorry, did have a look in the forums to see if it had been addressed already.
Thanks in advance for your help
- 08-08-2005 #2
- Join Date
- Apr 2005
- Buenos Aires, Argentina
Can't you just borrow a CD-ROM/CD-RW from a friend? That would make things so much easier..
I don't think you can't install anything without a CDROM or a previous install of Linux.serzsite.com.ar
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