not a problem...... umm... ermm.... there are some .img files on your CD (at least with redhat there are). one is labeled bootfloppy.img
if there aren't any images on your cd, then you might have to use a "rescue disk" of some sort...... i believe you can enter rescue mode using your install cd. after entering rescue mode, you will want to do:
but before you do anything to your linux system, try that out. if you can't get that work , and/or there are .img file's on the cd, here is how you make a boot floppy. insert a blank or unused floppy into your floppy drive.
enter the directory of the image file using a shell. then, as root, run the following command:
dd if=./bootfloppy.img of=/dev/fd0
then reboot and test your floppy. with linux, you do not need your floppy after booting, unlike D0S or Windowz. linux does what's called bootstrapping. that means it loads what's necessary to access the hdd then lets the kernel on the hdd bootup and take over.
if you need help or have any other questions, please ask!
hope i could help!!!!!!!!!!