have tried to convert from Win to Linux since yesterday, but haven't yet prevailed.
My current problem is:
I burned a bootable DVD of Madriva 2005 Limited using CD Burner XP Pro 3, I inserted it into my old PC running Win 98 (Exact specifications not known but it was a top of the line pc in the year of 2000), I restarted the comp and happily saw if booting from the DVD, then this message came up in a nice little box (still in dos mood I think):
Cache size: 7670 KB (XMS)
Minimum cache size: 1024 KB
Write-through drives: A B
/MLX Program is loaded into conventional and XMS memory using DPMS
/BL=16 Lookahead buffer is a conventional memory, size is in KB
/Lend=ON Lend memory to other applications - 6646 KB available
/Display=OFF Write delay is disabled, caching is write-trough
What should I do?
Please help me, I know that my Linux skills are at about 0 but I want them to evolve, and no knowledge can be reached without the process of learning.
PS: Got about the same problem with Fedora 4...