Re: bootable floppy for Debian-on-USB

Debian already has a special boot floppy for booting systems that can't
boot off USB drives directly to boot. I used it to install Debian on an
IBM 240X notebook, which can only boot off the hard drive or floppy, to
boot and install Debian off the USB CD-ROM drive.


do you have a link? I'm a newbie so I'm looking for done, completed,
'.raw' image of floppy.
I'm trying to boot (not install) Debian from USB.

some people said that new kernel with USB support is too big to fit on


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