On Fri, 15 Aug 1997, Miguel de Icaza wrote:
> > If no-one else has done so by the time I get my Indy, I'll give that a shot.
> > I'll probably use the initrd stuff to put all the fdisk/mke2fs stuff
> > on, unless I decide to give the RH install stuff a try. The latter is
> > more forward-looking, so that's my preference.
> Agreed. I really preffer this way of setting up Linux, but this
> basically forces you to have an NFS server with the installation files
> somewhere accessible.
> Ariel's suggestion will work even if you can't get your hands on an
> NFS server nearby.
... or a local CDROM with the appropriate directory structure, and RPMs
ready to install.
(Am I wrong, or are SGI distribution CD's not ISO9660? It makes it really
hard to read without a CD ROM connected to my Indy).