Installing Slackware v. 10.2
Please excuse my ignorance here. I am attempting to install Slackware on an old box. I have read everything available on slackware.com, this forum, and a few others and I still haven't found an answer to my question. I created the bootdisk and rootdisk floppies I need, and now I'm trying to create the ISO. My main problem is that I'm not sure what I need to burn and what I can leave out. The total size is over 2 gigs and I do not have a DVD burner.
Subdirectories include "bootdisks, extra, isolinux, kernels, pasture, rootdisks, slackware (subdirectories are software sets), source, testing." What exactly am I supposed to choose here?
Of course, the isolinux subdirectory seems the most logical choice, but is there anything else I should burn?
Thank you in advance!
Last edited by n4v1; 01-16-2006 at 09:07 PM.