Installing d/l'd distros from hard drive?
I've just installed a second (40G) drive, which I would like to partition and install Drake, Debian and Slack. I'm currently running Redhat 6.2 on my primary 10G drive, and would d/l the necessary files to that disk. I've got a fat pipe, so the downloads won't be a problem, but I don't have a burner to make CDs from the ISO images. I know that you can install from a hard drive, but I can't find clear, accurate instructions on how to do it. Do I d/l the ISOs, or are there different files I should use to install from disk?