From: Hanno Wagner (wagner_at_bidnix.bid.fh-hannover.de)
Date: Mon Jun 26 1995 - 13:46:23 EDT
i'm trying to install linux on my Thinkpad 370 (remember? 486DC75, 540MB
HD, 12 MB RAM...
I wanted to use Slackware, I loaded down the bare-tp from the WWW-Server,
this one should work with the Thinkpad. It works with the Thinkpad, but
it doesn't work with my Hard Disk Drive. So my question is:
has there anyone a bootdisk Slackware 2.3 for Thinkpads? Slackware 2.3
supports Hard Disks with 32 heads (kernel 2.8); but the normal bootdisk
can't manage the disk change.
Or is it enough, to partition the drive, and how can I save the files
which are currently on the drive?
-- Hanno Wagner, Student der Fachhochschule Hannover, Fachbereich IK email: wagner_at_www.bid.fh-hannover.de URL: http://www.bid.fh-hannover.de:80/~wagner/ IRC: Rince (usually on #germany or #muenster or #braunschweig) "This is also a story about sex and drugs and Music With Rocks In. Well... ...one out of three ain't bad."
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