trying to install RedHat

ccrawford at ccrawford at
Sun Dec 8 09:47:54 EST 2002

	There probably will be good advice from a linux perspective to 
your problem  If you  still need a good DOS CDR program, try cdrwin from which costs I think $40.  I use it.

-- charlie Crawford.

On Mon, 2 Dec 2002, Glenn Ervin wrote:

> Well, I booted my boot disk, and my dectalk speaks up like a champ.
> But I have had some problems burning some CDs of the ISOs.
> I did  extract the ISOs into subdirectories called:
> C:\RedHat1, C:\RedHat2, etc..
> But I cannot get the install program to find the installations.
> The installation program keeps looking in /devhda1, and I thought that my c
> drive was /devhda .
> Is there a good DOS utility for burning a CD from ISOs?
> Or, how can I tell the install program where to find the installation CDs?
> I also gave it the path names:
> /devhda1 /redhat1
> /devhda /redhat1
> and /devhda1/redhat1
> plus other variations of this kind of path.
> Thanks for any assistance.
> "Live long and prosper",
> O. Glenn Ervin (Lenny)
> Northeast Nebraska
> e-mail:
> glennervin at
> The above address can also be found on MSM.
> or my work e-mail:
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