Removing Slackware and install Fedora
Currently, I have a laptop with Slackware 14 and Windows 7. Due to requirements from schoolwork, I'm switching over to Fedora to explore that distro a bit, and for the ease of use.
Question is, how do I safely remove Slackware, then replace it with Fedora? Right now, I have a flash drive with Fedora on it ready to go, and I have a program on my Windows 7 that will delete the Slackware partitions, but I'm concerned with the bootloader, LILO. Should I do something about that first? I don't want to make my system unbootable.