Installing Fedora without a CDROM
simon.windsor at cornfield.org.uk
Wed Nov 10 00:37:28 UTC 2004
The easiest option is probably to buy another CD-ROM and install it.
If you can borrow a USB CD-ROM or storage device, you should be ok.
On Wednesday 10 November 2004 00:14, Ted Q wrote:
> I am a hopeful-Windows-convert-to-Fedora, and want to install Fedora onto
> my laptop. My CDROM drive is broken, but want to install it anyways,
> without having to pay the incredible $$$ required for getting a replacement
> drive ($400?!).
> Can anyone tell me how to create a bootable floppy disk (1.44"?), from
> which i can run the installer and install the entire distro over the
> internet? Or at least off of a usb or external cd drive? Is this even
> possible? (installation over the internet is most ideal for me). Any help
> would be appreciated...thanks!
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