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Old 29 July 2005, 13:50   #12
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Nope. You basically either leave the installation disk on a cd-rom connected to an interface that linux supports, or in a partition (copy the files).

Then you need an amigaos program that boots and runs a kernel. This is also the way to boot linux once installed (through AmigaOS). It's been a while since I messed with linux on my A1200. NetBSD on the other hand, boots from an RDB partition (just like AOS). (You can have a dual-boot machine this way, by selecting which partition to boot from the early startup-sequence).
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