On Wed, Sep 19, 2007 at 03:42:22PM +0200, Raimo Niskanen wrote:How big a deal would it be to do that? And one for really small disks where there is no hope of being able to compile anything; like my current 850 MB drive. According to the docs, that's not enough room. So I have everything in a (/) and b (swap). Once I get the box set up, I'll be able to see what sizes are needed and can reinstall with proper partitioning. /home is quite small. Especially on my slow dot-matrix printer with a broken ribbon advance. That's a lot of knob-twiddling. :) My 486 now will only run OpenBSD or NetBSD (or old versions of Debian, dos, whatever). Would it be difficult to provide on the CD and perhaps a tarball on FTP a directory structure that would allow an option from the installer (either on the same screen or a separate terminal if that was possible) to run lynx to read the FAQ directly off the CD? Doug.