You could use any of a number of Linux distros that reside on a DOS
partition. They should be available as bootable ISOs off the 'net,
here's a review of one of them, though it doesn't give a link to a
download page, http://www.showmelinux.com/122000/winlinux2000.html
I do remember downloading a few ISOs but I got rid of them without
trying them. Check http://www.cheapbytes.com/ too, as they have CDs of
most Linux stuff at a good price.
http://www.linuxiso.org/ I think is another starting point. (might not
If you want a boot disk, take a look at http://freshmeat.net/ and search
for "boot disk". You can download an image of the floppy and there are
instructions for putting it on a floppy disk.
>> If you want to Install linux without partitioning you have to use
> a boot disk to load the OS.
> As far as I know there is no work around for this. Maybe someone could
> send you a boot disk that they made?
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