Ali Helmy wrote:
On 10/04/06, *Gordon Messmer* <yinyang@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Yup. You want to use "Grub for NT" to boot the installer. This
document discusses how:
Hard to believe or not, I DON'T have a CD-Drive... i've installed my
WinXP a long time ago, and then my CD-ROM drive died...
Yeah, I believe you. That document discusses installing Fedora without
a CD drive. You use Grub for NT to load the vmlinuz and initrd.img
files, from which you can perform a network install.
The problem that you're going to run in to is that Fedora does not
include a tool to resize NTFS partitions, so before you can install
Fedora, you need to find a way to free space on your drive.