Originally Posted by cynwulf
Make sure you build an initrd with your main file system driver (whichever fs /boot is using) or build it into the kernel. That should take care of the panics.
Hi Cynwulf, thanks for the hint, but I had that already covered. I actually managed to rebuild the 3.2 kernel with the config file provided from the install by including ext4 support as opposed to having it as a module (as originally configured).
No the panics I am getting now are different, but don't worry, I don't feel like posting them just yet... At the moment I am just enjoying to get started with this stuff, and there is no urgency at all.
The Slackware install is just to play with at the moment, I kept my main system intact.
When I feel I have done my "homework" and run out of ideas (and that point is going to come for sure) I will come back to ask for help at LQ :-)