On 25/08/11 15:47, Glen Gray wrote:
> I think I was in the same position actually. I'd a SoundBlaster 16 that had the CD-ROM connected to it, is that right ? Hard to remember now.
>> I remember spending a while making floppies from all those tgz files.
>> Now I think about it, I think that's probably where most of my missing Amiga games went :)
>> On 25 Aug 2011, at 14:38, Frank Duignan wrote:
>>> I think it was that one for me too and I had the same problems: not
>> quite compatible sound card (windows sound system?) and I had to copy
>> to floppies first before doing an install as the CD drive was not
>> recognized. I think the hostname was 'darkstar' by default.
>>>>>> On 25 August 2011 14:32, FRLinux<frlinux at frlinux.eu> wrote:
>>> November 1995 for me too, got slackware 2.0 on a CD, since there was no
>>> way to recognize my CD player (Mitsumi 4x), had to copy the full
>>> distribution to a DOS partition then use loadlin with it. It used kernel
>>> 1.0.9 which came without support for my soundblaster clone card. At this
>>> time I started spending more time on the command line and less under
>>> Windows, happy days.
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> Glen Gray
> <slaine at slaine.org>
>>>>Yepp NE2000 (BNC 10Mbit ) and SoudBlaster16 has been almost standard at
those days actually....seems to me almost incredible now days.....
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