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Hi I have a Toshiba M200 Tablet PC and was going to do a network installation- does anyone know how to create a SD boot disk? Cheers...
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    Bootable SD card?


    Hi
    I have a Toshiba M200 Tablet PC and was going to do a network installation- does anyone know how to create a SD boot disk?

    Cheers

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    I found the
    http://www.adebenham.com/laptop/toshiba_m200.html

    Did
    SD Slot
    The SD-slot doesn't work and from my web travels is appears that many other laptops have this same problem.
    Oh well.
    NEW:If you copy a floppy disk image (up to 2.88MB) to a SD card and name it $tosfd00.vfd you can boot off the slot. Can be used for initial installation or as a rescue device
    Try my rescue image which boots with support for wireless and wired network, full X server and various recovery apps
    You can download it from Here just save it as $tosfd00.vfd to your sd-card
    How should I go on for the network?

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    <Blissex> soso: you should have asked not about SD cards and boot and so on but ``I have a floppy/cdrom less machine that can book from SD, how do I do a Debian network install?''

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