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sk79
post Nov 17 2002, 08:52 AM
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I'm a complete novice at Linux, so this question might be obvious, but here goes:

I've got a dodgy cd-rom drive and want to install Mandrake from my hard drive. I had a look at the installation notes on the cd and gave rawrite a bash with no joy.

Can some nice person please explain step by step (ie. for an idiot like me) how to do this?

Where do I copy the cd to? What do I type at the installation prompt?

Thanks...
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bensode
post Nov 18 2002, 11:37 AM
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http://www.linux-mandrake.com/en/demos/Dem...ake9.0/Install/

Try that first and look it over

I also suggest searching Google for

"mandrake install from hard drive"

That should yield more help
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