gdaly at u.washington.edu
Tue May 2 13:11:29 PDT 2000
I think that would be really useful... maybe post the floppy image on the
could someone do that for us? :)
On Tue, 2 May 2000, J. Kyllo wrote:
|This goes for anyone, I guess: I recently built a single floppy cd-rom
|ftp server so that a friend of mine could install redhat on a laptop with
|no cd-rom drive. Basically, it boots up, finds your ide cdrom and runs a
|small ftp server that serves it out. I'd have to make a couple small
|changes to make it more generic, but if anyone wants a copy, let me
|know. I can also give you the kernel config that I used for it as it is
|quite limited. I.e. atapi cdrom only, no floppy or harddrive support. I
|took out a _lot_ of functionality just to get it on the floppy.
|On Tue, 2 May 2000, tmec1999 wrote:
|> well if nyone one else has an extra CD=ronm I need it so I can load linux on
|> my new k6-2 system that I just built.
|> -----Original Message-----
|> From: LINUX-owner at u.washington.edu
|> [mailto:LINUX-owner at u.washington.edu]On Behalf Of Parker Thompson
|> Sent: Tuesday, May 02, 2000 12:20 PM
|> To: UW Linux Group
|> Subject: Re: Freebie
|> I'll take it if not claimed at this point. I could use a CDrom for my
|> linux box so I don't have to pull my other one out when I need it.
|> If you don't expect too much of me you might not be let down.
|> -Hey Jealousy, Gin Blossoms
|> On Tue, 2 May 2000, Leo Lam wrote:
|> :Date: Tue, 2 May 2000 12:19:11 -0700
|> :From: Leo Lam <lll at ee.washington.edu>
|> :Reply-To: linux at u.washington.edu
|> :To: UW Linux Group <linux at u.washington.edu>
|> :Subject: Freebie
|> :One more piece of freebie...I have a 32x beatup CD-Rom. It works fine, but
|> :it was opened up for a project so the casing is quite 'beat up'. Used it
|> :a Linux box before and it was fine.
|> :Price? Free.
|> :Fight over it again guys...
|> :Leo :)
|> :Leo Lam
|> :Focused Ion Beam Micromachining
|> :Dept. of Electrical Engineering
|> :University of Washington
|> :Seattle, WA
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