RHEL AS Disk 1 Bootable or not,creating boot disk.
Is RHEL AS Disk 1 Bootable?
I did not create a separate boot cd for redhat but put the rhel-3-i386-as-disc1 CD in the cdrom drive to boot it up.
The CD is not recognised as a bootable CD so I cannot install redhat.
Do I have to create a separate boot CD for booting?
I have a dell 8400 system with xp on one partition and unpartioned space for linux.
Also I do not have an existing redhat or unix system but only have windows xp so cannot create a boot cd using unix if required.
How can I create a boot cd in windows and use it if a boot cd is required.
I don't have a floppy drive in my pc so cannot create a diskette also.
Please help. I am stuck on the first point and I need to get this done imemdiately.
Thanks for the prompt response.
This is a duplicate thread to http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...hreadid=233105
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