My installation of Red Hat Linux went well, but now I need to connect to the outside world. I got a linux driver for my Intel Pro 100 NIC on an MS-DOS floppy, but now I need to mount it on my Linux box. I found out I need to type -t msdos /dev/fd0 /floppy, but I don't know how to get to a prompt in GNOME to access a prompt so I can type the string. Also, any other suggestions you have that may help me get the driver installed would be appreciated. Thanks.
[Edited by computereps on 08-24-2000 at 08:10 PM]