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Tiny Core Linux is a live linux distribution, less than10 MB runs completely in memory and can be booted from a CD-ROM or a USB flash drive. (This minimal desktop can be extended by installing additional applications from online repositories)
1.b) Tiny Core Linux is distributed as an ISO image. It is necessary to burn it to CD using the option of your program to burn CDs Burn CD ISO image (Windows - Nero / Burn Image to Disc, for example)
1.c) Then you need to restart your computer.
1.d) Depending on the options your motherboard, it is necessary when starting your computer keyboard press: F8 or F12 or Esc, etc.. Thus you will appear a menu where you choose your CD drive. After Tiny Core Linux menu comes before you.
2) How to put Tiny Core Linux on a USB flash drive
Depending on the options your motherboard, it is necessary when starting your computer keyboard press: F8 or F12 or Esc, etc.. Thus you will appear a menu where you choose your USB flash drive. After Tiny Core menu comes before you.
3.) You can start using your Tiny Core Linux easily
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Redhat may not support this board. You need to read the supported hardware under your version of Redhat.
With Linux, as with any operating system, you should always get the latest version. The newer versions may support the newer hardware. This is not always so...
Go to the support on the redhat.com website. If you have a subscription, you will have complete support. Go to free websites for Linux and ask with blog or other email, etc. about your problems with the specific version you have. It is very important when asking for help, to state your version. This way the helper will have more places to go to help you.
i think the cd from which you are installing might have got scratched so the cdrom couldnt read some files which are needed for installation ... so i suggest you to try changing cd.... there is no problem with installing in laptops we can install linux in any laptops...... i suggest you to install fedora core instead of redhat... fedora core has good functionality and it has inbuilt firewall security also for internet and it has got good options ... so try installing fedora core 5,6, or 7 .. if you dont have means you can download from net as linux is open source to all any1 can download from net ... there are many other linux available like ubuntu,suse, mandrake etc.... suse linux is also very good it is the very user friendly linux ... there other linux which can be run by cd only which doesnt need of installing it just like knoppix live cd etc.... be care ful while partitioning if you make mistake you will lose all datas ....
Good luck with that. Ive tried getting my old 4000 to work under various distros. None of them would let me use the internal microphone. I'm not that familiar with the fedora OS, but you may find a few drivers in the update manager, which "may" at least let you use the video part of it. Mine never did work right, as I had NO control over brightness, etc. This is one of the major problems with any Linux distro - hardware compatibility.
ya there is a problem with driver while installing fedora core 4 i think ... u must have also tried in that only ... so i suggest you to install other version of linux... there are many other versions available like ubuntu,mandrake,redhat. or you just give try with installing the latest version of fedora core ...( try fedora core 6 or 7).. as linux is a open source for all you can download it from net for free.............