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Old 04-30-2003, 01:53 PM   #1
golan69
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Slack install


i am trying to install Slackware 8.1 on a Pentium 233 mmx with 128 meg ram 40gig hd and gforce 2 video card the problem i am having is this ,
after seting up partitions 1 pri linux 4 gig bootable 2: swap 256meg pri 3: linux logical about 37 gig
i write all partition info and select pacages ect.. when i go to actualy install linux by selectin full it goes to install pacage a and a message comes up saying cant find mount make sure it is in /var/log/mount/slackware. the cd was downloaded off of slackware.com it is the 8.1.iso the cd is writen in all lowercase please help me needs it badly
 
  


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