I have an old 133 P that I want to install Slackware Linux on. The thing is that most computers that I have seen when you boot up it says to press something like F4 to change the BIOS stuff, that way I could change it to boot to the CD-ROM drive instied of the hard drive. On this computer I don't see any other that and I have tried pressing all the F's and other keys but no luck. Any ideas??
Also it doesn't have a floppy drive and I don't feel like going out and buying a new one since I don't have any spare ones.
Depends on what kind of machine.. I have a compaq that just shows a nice "Compaq" logo and ended up having to call support to find out how to get into the bios.. I think its alt-something.. I also have a gateway you need to hit the tab key then f1 to get into it..