install without cdrom drive,floppy drive,previous os
So I've searched through the threads regarding installing without a cdrom drive and a floppy drive. And there are two answers generally given: use loadlin on the previous OS or use another computer to install slackware onto the hard drive and return it to the originating computer. I do not have a previous OS to go the loadlin route, but is there another way, other than installing slack on another computer that I could do?
Is there any other way to get into setup? I do have a enclosure to transfer files onto the drive. I'm thinking that there must be a way to prep the hd so that in can load linux up and from there install slackware. Just copy slackware install files over to the hd and then somehow get boot it into setup. Any ideas?