Okay, I know a little bit about navigating through command-line slackware, from dealing with servers at work, etc, but when it comes to actually making it all happen, I'm at a loss... I'm working on becoming a nerd, but as of now, I'm still a n00b.
So, I decide to put slackware on a hd on my home pc. I've had mandrake on it, but I just didn't like it, for some reason. Maybe it's the nerd in me, begging to get out.
Also, the install disks weren't mine, so I didn't have much to fall back on in case I screwed things up.
Anyway, I'm downloading the latest version of slackware (and I've downloaded the latest linux kernel, with which I have no idea what to do, other than it requires compiling, but I'll cross that road when I get there).
So, I have this huge directory, full of slackware stuff. What do I do with it? I want to burn it onto disks so I can install this onto my spare hd, but the thing is a few disks large, so what goes where?
Help... *whimpers softly, taking his second (learning a big of C, sql, and php was the first) step into his true nerdhood*