SuSE 9.1 personal install without bootable CDROM
My agency's future direction is SuSE Linux, so I'm trying to install version 9.1 Personal on an older, under-utilized Pentium box running Windows. I want to pursue the option (using YAST?) of repartitioning my hard drive without losing the existing files. I downloaded the ISO image and successfully burned an ISO image CD-ROM.
That's when I learned the motherboard of this older PC doesn't support booting from the CD-ROM.
So how can I fire up this version if all I have to boot from is a floppy drive?
Thanks for puting up with this pretty kindergarten-level stuff. But it all starts with the first successful boot, right?