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    fedora red hat linux version 9.1 boot disk


    please my dear frinds
    i am realy need fedora red hat linux version 9.1 boot disk
    and thanks very much

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    do you have the install cds?
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    yes i've
    but the boot from cd didn't work
    so that i need this boot disk please

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    good
    i'm glad you have them. Look on the cds for anything like bootdisk.img then rawrite the .img file to a floppy and you're good to go!
    ganbatte ne! (good luck!)
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    tnx alot my frind
    i'll try and tell you

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    okay! good luck!
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    Hello jeefo .... ,
    if u have not worked out a way already ... here's some help ...

    U said u have the redhat install cds ... thts what will be enough ...
    u can boot frm the 1st cd ... , but instead of graphical mode .. go to the
    rescue mode by typing
    "linux rescue" at the boot prompt ....
    this will bring u to ur shell in text mode just like the terminal .
    here u 1st type "chroot /mnt/sysimage"
    ur installed linux ( & presumably inaccessible ) is mounted at
    /mnt/sysimage . chroot will give u root access to tht installation.
    now type "grub-install /dev/hda" to install GRUB bootloader in ur MBR
    (if u use LILO instead of GRUB ( which I highly recommend ) , type
    just "lilo" ) . Thts It !!!!!
    reboot ... and u will see the GRUB bootloader startup at the very
    beginning ... if u had GRUB installed bfore ( i.e. bfore ur MBR got
    corrupted ) then ur previous settings will be restored ...

    Hope this helps .....

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    Upon starting your computer, hit whatever key that is required to access your BIOS settings. In the BIOS, make sure that your CD-ROM is higher in the boot order then your primary hard disk.

    Robert Peaslee
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