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Re: Advice re: triple-booting with Knoppix after installing MS Win-98 and Redhat-9.0[fedora]



Oooh 56K. I feel for you. Check the Knoppix FAQs about doing an install (if you haven't already). My only concern is the LILO stuff if you are using GRUB. Barring that, I see no real issues with it.

On Thu, 18 Mar 2004 12:41:10 -0800 (PST), Johnny Smith <opensource_powered yahoo com> wrote:

hi Mark

I have a 56k link and a net install of Debian takes me
about 2-2 1/2 days...  the Knoppix cd to harddrive
install  takes about 20 minutes and judging by the
results I've had on a couple of older boxes one tends
to get a nearly perfect install or Debian...that way.

Johnny



--- Mark Haney <mark haney doctordirectory com> wrote:
Why install Debian via Knoppix?  Why not just
install Debian straight up?
While I've never done it that way, I don't see any
major issues with going
that route.

On Thu, 18 Mar 2004 12:31:26 -0800 (PST), Johnny
Smith
<opensource_powered yahoo com> wrote:

> I have a machine with MS Win-98 and Redhat 9.0 on
it
>  and I'd like to add Debian
> [ using a Knoppix cd/Harddrive install procedure].
>
> Has anyone here done this?
>
> What should my concerns be?
>
>
> Thanks in advance for any advice you can give me.
>
> johnny
>
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