Installing lunar without CD burner
michalsc at email.uc.edu
Tue Jul 16 22:16:23 GMT 2002
as for a 5$ iso image it may be possable but not untill 1.0 is 100% all good
man i never had any friends bring a pizza back when i got one of the first
burners on the market my good old HP 4020i its still in morerate use
in my server
man i rember when a blank 540 mb cd-r cost 29.95
On Tuesday 16 July 2002 09:38 pm, Todd A. Jacobs wrote:
> On Tue, 16 Jul 2002, Jasper Huijsmans wrote:
> > I'd like to try Lunar linux, but I don't have a CD burner. Is it
> > possible to install Lunar without starting from CD? I would guess yes.
> > Has anyone tried that?
> With a root/boot floppy pair and a fast net connection, it might be
> possible. But it may be a better idea for some enterprising soul to offer
> cheap (~$5 or so) CD's of the Lunar ISO's a la CheapBytes or LinuxMall if
> those guys don't already do so.
> What do you guys think? If there's enough demand, I might do it myself. In
> the meantime, you might want to bring a pizza over to a friend's house and
> use *his* burner. :) That's what I used to do back in the day.
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