Damn Small Linux: Rerouting the boot
Alright, I'm on a computer that ignores the USB ports. It ignores the CD-drive, too. However, it does not ignore the floppy drive.
I want to boot DSL after booting to a Linux distro floppy. I figured this is the only way to make the computer boot Linux.
First off, I planned on downloading some very small floppy-disk linux distro:
Afterwards, I thought about rebooting the computer and telling the linux distro to boot DSL from my pendrive. However, I don't know the commands for doing that. Also, I don't know if the floppy version of Linux will recognize my pendrive. I could make a CD with Damn Small Linux, which would work fine.
The thing I primarily want to figure out is how to boot to floppy, tell the floppy distro to load from USB (or CD), and then boot up DSL for usage.
How do I do all of this?
I searched on the web a little, but I didn't get many ideas. I don't think others have tried this, but it seems like it would work.