You seem rly ready to help me... Thanx a lot...
But plz HELP ME!
I wanna use Slack b/c its a real LIGHT distribution, I don't say my comp is old and slow (Nah, Its OK I run like Half-Life 2 or F.E.A.R. with everything at MEDIUM and HIGH and theres no laggs), but I want to use Slackware with FluxBox ONLY to have a VERY LIGHT and FAST side in my computer...
My comp ISNT the best, but its not a SLOW pile of shit, so don't think I have a prehistorical computer and that my comp is incompatible with a lot of things...
Now I would like you to help me to tell me whats wrong in my Slack Installation...
You are PROS, Im a newbie in Slackware...
I was running Fedora before, but it was too simple for me, I HATE things that are too simple... So I hate WIN, but its kinda essential... lol
And I have an ASUS "Award Medallion BIOS Revision 1009", that I modified (I know what I do in my BIOS), and its NOT a beta...
Don't worry, everything is OK in my BIOS, im sure...
-------------Heres my Questions---------------
Originally Posted by Randux
95M root is not going to work without other mountpoints that he doesn't have
What's the problem with the 95M in root?
The total space for root is 7.5Gb
Don't forget I only use FluxBox... And NO KDE or GNOME...
And (lol im such a noob), how can I do mountpoints?
2) Does I have to use separate partition for "/usr" and "/home"? Is it better?
3) If 2) = Yes
Does the following partitions configuration can be OK:
32Gb for Slackware...
SWAP = 1024Gb of 32Gb
/ = 7.5Gb of 32Gb
/usr = 9Gb of 32Gb [logical]
/home = 14.5Gb of 32Gb [logical]
4) Does my / partition needs the bootable flag?
5) Does ext2 is faster than ext3?
If I have other questions, ill post them...
If you have any recommendations, plz tell it to me!
Originally Posted by Chinaman
And before you trash anything, also let us help you backup your data. No sense in losing the best picture you ever shot of your wife because of this.
If I erease all our photos... Ill be at the hospital