How do you install mandrake 10.0 from DOS.
Posted 30 August 2004 - 03:14 AM
You don't install Mandrake from DOS. Mandrake is it's own operating system independent from dos or windows.
Any reason why you don't want to install from a CD? This is the preferred way to install Mandrake.
More importantly, what laptop do you have. Give some specs. on your system; memory installed, hard drive size and processor speed.
Speaking of "dos" tends to make me believe that your system may not support Mandrake?
Posted 30 August 2004 - 04:38 PM
[cdrom drive letter):\ezstart.bat
debian 2.0 is
[cdrom drive letter):\install\boot.bat,
so what's the file that starts install for mandrake 10.0?
Posted 31 August 2004 - 12:17 AM
However, is this system a Latitude XPiCD? If so, how much ram is in the system? This may be an issue, as Mandrake 10 recommends the following hardware;
Processor: an x586-class or above processor is required. This includes Intel Pentium I/II/III/IV, AMD K6/II/III, AMD Duron, AMD Athlon/XP/MP. SMP multi-processor machines are supported. (*)
Memory: at least 64 MB is required (32 MB for text-install); 128 MB or more is recommended.
Hard disks: IDE and SCSI hard disks are supported.
Hard disk size: At least 500MB is required, 1GB is recommended.
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