OK, so I have the files that are designed to be boot and follow on floppies. I want to create a bootable floppy image (.iso file, I suppose) that could be mounted and used to install. I would just create the floppies, but I no longer have a floppy drive in my computer (and truth is, I haven't in a long time).
Is there a way to do this in linux? I have a program that is supposed to work in Windows, but I haven't tried it yet.
Weird problem, but there it is. I've been googling for the last hour looking, but not much as been helpful. Lots about turning a bootable image into a floppy, but not much about creating a bootable floppy image that files could be added to.
Thanks for any help with this.