ok, now if I do this, how do I set up a dewal boot? meaning will it boot from the hard drive, sence I don't have a floppy drive to boot from?

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Ok, Oralux comes with an installer.  When you are logged into the
system as root, do this:

knoppix-installer

You will be asked such questions as where you want to put the Oralux
system, which type of install to use and how to format the partition
onto which you want to put the system.

You will want to use the knoppix type install as it will preserve all
the custom setup of Oralux.  You can use the ext3 file system option
as the format of the primary partition and you should be fine.  The
Oralux will be installed, and you should be good to go.  I will be
glad to help you if you need it.



Hope this helps.




--
Doug Smith: C.S.F.C.
Computer Scientist For CHRIST

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