Ancient Dell Latitude LT, Debian.exe, grub says "out of disk"
I have an old dell latitude LT without a screen, floppy drive, or CD drive. It does have Windows 2000 installed and an ethernet card. I want to turn this old laptop into a Debian server.
So I installed debian.exe in Windows 2000, rebooted, chose the "Debian Installer" option on the Windows boot loader menu, and then I just get the grub> command line without any visible errors. Typing "linux /debian/linux" in the grub command line gives "error: out of disk." This has me stumped. Can anyone help?
Last edited by Silverflow; 03-19-2008 at 05:05 PM.
Reason: The debian option is on the windows boot loader--not grub.