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rawrite on win95

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i have win95 but i don't have rawrite.
i want to install linux but i need rawrite to make the boot disk. do you know any way i can do this using win95 or is there any shareware you know of which does the same thing? thanks.
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by:swwelsh
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I know that slackware has rawrite included on their cdrom and I would assume the same for other distributions. Even if you are going to download linux from the web, you should be able to find rawrite - I think it is freeware.
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go to http://www.nlc.net.au/~nigel/rawrite.exe

you can get it there....

--Nige
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by:ewengstr
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See this location: http://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/distributions/slackware/bootdsks.12/. rawrite.exe exists here.
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