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I did search for this and was surprised not to find it, I may well be missing the point. When I installed RH9.1 during the gui install it prompts me to make a emergency boot disc in case my OS wont boot. At the time I did not want to as I was in a rush and had no floppy disc handy, but now for backup purpsoses I would like to make one. I have sanned my RH 9 OS and I cant see how to create this floppy disc could anyone give me a pointer on how to do this. Just to reitterate I am trying to create the backup boot disc in case lilo fails or becomes corrputed I am not trying to create a CD rom boot disk.
PS my RH9 install including samba server makes a terrific file server for 20 win2k users on a old low spec PC with a new HD slammed in it.