Has anybody successfully made a bootable floppy diskette during installation?
Appologize, English is not my first language.
My primary system is windows xp, that's why i cannot install BRUB to MBR, doing so will ruin my windows boot manager.
So I just choosed to install Grub to the first sector of sda3, and use floppy to boot. But no luck, it says the kernal is way to big for a floppy disk. I dont understand, does that mean nobody can create a floppy during installation?
I've been using RH Linux from version 6, everytime i just created a bootable floppy in installation and boot the system up, and then let windows boot manager take over. But now, since i can not create bootable diskette, I can not even boot the system up.
I thought it would be a way to use CD1 to boot, and enter my newly installed OS, but i dont know how.