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Old 11-23-2003, 04:37 AM   #1
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Redhat 7.2 No DOSUTILS on Disk One

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Having use PCs and Macs since 1988 I wanted to install linux on a Toshiba Libretto. Reading online gave me the idea to use RH7.2. I went to I found 5 disks and downloaded the iso's and burned the disks. (Alpha 2002.06.27) In following the directions specific to a Libretto I can not seem to find on any of the disks I burned a DOSUTILS directory.

It is my understanding that I must do this to boot. I must be missing a bootable disk. Any Ideas?

Old 11-23-2003, 03:32 PM   #2
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First time installing linux myself. I downloaded the exact files you did from . By reading the docs there should be a boot.img file in the images folder on disc one. I cant find that file or find the dosutils directory either. Sorry but im looking for the same answers you are.
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I found these disks and am able to install now. URL


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