I have an old laptop (Pentium II) that cannot boot from USB, CD, floppy, or network PXE - basically the only boot option is the internal HDD.
I currently have Ubuntu 6.06 installed, and have a network connection.
Is there any way of installing a new linux distro on the laptop? There is only 5GB of 20GB used on the drive, so I have space to repartition, dual boot, then delete the existing Ubuntu partition if possible.
Obviously the latest Ubuntu or a similar heavyweight desktop distro is out of the question, but I was thinking of trying out Slackware - unless there are any other suggestions for the best distro to use for this?