I appreciate the pointers. Give me an example of what you mean by a partition scheme, and I will gladly post mine.
I think he/she meant the output of
post this and we'll try to help you. Or you can just replace real_root=/dev/hda4 with the needed partition.
if you have windows on 1st partition, then the win menu entry would look like this:
and if you have slack on partition nr. 2, then slack menu entry would look like this:
title Slack 10.1
kernel /kernel-2.6.10 real_root=/dev/hda2
pay attention to real_root=/dev/hda2 and (hd0,2) - these are important parts. Also assuming here, that you are using kernel 2.6.10 here,
and it is located at /kernel-2.6.10.
Hope this helps!