- Grab yourself a copy of the cordinux floppy image at its download page.
- Ensure the download was good.
bash$ md5sum -b cordinux.img.bz2
bash$ sha1sum cordinux.img.bz2
- Extract the image.
bash$ bunzip2 cordinux.img.bz2
- Get a working/clean 1.44Mb stiffy (floppy disk), so is it stiffy or floppy ?
- Embrace your dark side, become root.
bash$ su -
- Format the stiffy to be sure it is in good working order.
bash# fdformat /dev/fd0
- Put the image on the floppy.
bash# dd if=cordinux.img of=/dev/fd0
- Kiss your uptime goodbye and reboot.
- Doublecheck your CMOS settings, the stiffy-drive must be the first boot device.
- Log in as root, simply realize the truth, then you'll see there is no password...
- Have fun, see getting started for more details.