Posted on 1997-01-08
I have a Novell Network at home, and I am trying to connect a Linux system to it. Here is the situation:
I have a Linux system based on Fall '94 Yggdrasil. I can't use any of the networking or Zip drive stuff to update the kernel because all the files are too large to fit on a floppy. Since I have kernel 1.1.xxx and all of the network and zip items need 1.2.+, how should I proceed.
The only option I see is to get another CDROM with a newer kernel on it. So, my questions are:
1. Which one is best? Stick with Yggdrasil?
2. Do you have a solution to getting the newer kernels to my machine on floppys or a solution to using either netware or the zip drive?