Creating boot partition during Slack install
I keep reading about making sure your boot partition is below the 1023 cylinder limit. I know how to do this using fdisk. However, I cannot figure out how to tell Slackware during the install to put the /boot files in this location. It seems as if I only tell the installer where to find the swap partition and the root partition. So basically I have a small 10 mb partion but the /boot directory always go on my root partition which is above the 1023 limit and thus LILO will not work. I got around the problem right now by just creating the entire root partition below 1023 but I was worried about how many packages I could install since it only translates to 500mb and change of space. How do I tell install to just place the /boot files on the small 10mb partition and the rest on my larger partition?