Well when I was installing Red Hat 9.0, it gave me the option of creating a boot disk right then and there, but of course that was exactly when I didn't have any disks handy, and of course the very next night I need the boot disk. So, from a Windows machine (what I'm writing from right now), how do I create a boot disk for Red Hat? Looked online, couldn't seem to find anything to help, so I'm sure I'm just not looking hard enough, but still...um, help?
Normally you can just use the installer CD. Boot that, and one of the options (IIRC) is to boot the installed OS. It's been a while since I've use RH9 installer CD, so check out the F-key options for what to do.