Originally posted by number11
Okay I tried to do that and here is what I get.
It tells me to
1. Select your source media. Okay I did that
2. Set Up your target Linux Partition. Didn't do that not sure if it will erase everything.
3. Select which software categories. Did that but after this it will not allow me to go any further.
I am assuming I might need to setup my target partition but not sure if I need to do this.
Do not type setup after you boot the cd.
just make a directory (the cd is loaded in RAM),
and mount your slackware partition under this directory.
then do :
chroot <slackware directory>
and you can do add a kernel or do whatever you like.
Another option is to boot from a boot-disk. If you have one. Those disk just have a kernel and you will boot your system. You may manually place a kernel from the slack cd's in your /boot directory and then update lilo, to point to this kernel.