This is what I meant, sorry for asking in a confusing way. The GRUB boot
On Fri, 2005-12-30 at 20:16 -0600, Jeff Vian wrote:
You can't. The kernel is too large for a floppy.
But you can make a GRUB boot disk (google for this, someone will explain
how to do this better than I could). This contains enough to boot from
a drive in most circumstances.
For cases where you're trying to recover a system that's failed, the
rescue disc is probably what you want (the smaller Fedora ISO file).