You copy the "boot.img" to a floppy. If you have a linux system that is working, you can use the dd command to copy the boot.img file to the floppy disk. You would mount the cdrom disk and then run:
dd if=<path_to_boot.img> of=/dev/fd0.
If you don't have a linux system that is working, you can use the rawrite.exe program to copy the file. You can find rawrite.exe on the RedHat cdrom disk. It might be in a directory named "dosutils". Also, there are probably README files in there about using rawrite.exe.
Last edited by linuxcool; 07-12-2002 at 05:06 AM.