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005. I am trying to install Linux via CD-ROM. I have made space for Linux on my hard drive but inserting the Linux CD into the CD-ROM drive and rebooting has no effect.




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This article is from the the Brief Linux FAQ (BLFAQ) Maintained by Neil Zanella nzanella@ganymede.cs.mun.ca

005. I am trying to install Linux via CD-ROM. I have made space for Linux on my hard drive but inserting the Linux CD into the CD-ROM drive and rebooting has no effect.

You might have to tell your BIOS (Basic I/O System) to enable booting from CD-ROM by changing the default BIOS settings. On most systems you may access the BIOS settings by pressing the <del> key on your keyboard shortly after rebooting. If implemented by the BIOS as a separate feature you may also have to change the BIOS's boot sequence.

 

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