I HAVE been able to boot with floppy distributions (tomsrtbt, RH, Suse) but all lead to dead end...but I think I'm almost there...
Maybe you know some workarounds for these:
): Can't find pcmcia support
): No network install option
): Connects to ftp server, but complains that there is not enough swap space (because I only have 48MB ram). How do I make swap space? Tom's distribution is the only one that gives me access to a shell. I've used fdisk to make 2 linux partitions. 1gig for linux swap (id=82), and 1.5 gig for linux (id=83). Suse still doesn't see this.
Is is possible to copy the contents of tom's floppy boot iso to a partition, boot up with this new partition, then copy the contents of suse's floopy boot iso to a partition and then run suse's install from the commad prompt?