clem wrote:how big is your USB Pen Drive ? I suppose you could transfer the content of the CDROM to the USB Pen drive and take it from there.
clem wrote: I suggest plugging the HDD in another laptop.
How do I use this Linux iso to install Linux on my system?
There are several ways to install Linux using a Linux iso.
If you have a cd burner and software that can burn .iso or cdrom disk images you can burn the .iso to a cd. This cd can then be used to run or install Linux on your system. If you have a Linux system, you can mount the .iso file and access it, locally or remotely, as if it were a cdrom to perform an install or to update an existing system. You can then do an install or update.
Bunny wrote:Here's one that doesn't need a flash drive big enough for the iso (I'm assuming you could just use a flash drive instead of a floppy disk):