Hello. I'm an amatuer user of linux and i recently
decided to switch from mandrake linux 8.2 to Redhat
linux 9 Firstly is it possible to simply delete the partitions i was using for mandrke and re-use them for redhat? .Secondly My source downloaded it and wrote it and
installed to his machine. I got the same cd's but cd1
doesn't boot so i made a copy on my hard disk, made a
book disk but even then, given the harddisk option of
were and which partition and directory the
installation is on I can't locate the *.img files it
asks for (during Installation) though when i browse the CD (in windows) i can see them. Can you please give me step by step routine
to follow if the cd isn't bootable?
I'm using a DELL Inspiron 8100 1.13mhz,256mb RAM and
30GB.I have 7GB reserved for linux. 4 NTFS partitions
and 1 FAT32 partition. I copied the all the linux cds
to an NTFS partition should i change the location to
the FAT32 partition?
Please send as detailed as possible