Originally Posted by kukukk
It seems that there is a problem again with the 64bit usbboot.img...
As of 1/2 hour ago, usbboot.img still contains only part of the syslinux bits.
1. copy the x86_64 slackware-13 usbboot.img
2. create the flash with usbimg2disk.sh using the borrowed usbboot.img
3. mount the flash
4. replace 'huge.s' in the flash with 'kernels/huge.s/bzImage' from the slackware64-current tree (remember to rename 'bzImage' to 'huge.s')
5. The flash will now boot with the kernel it would have had if usbboot.img was correct, and you can install as usual.
a. This same method will most likely work with the 'dd' method of creating a install boot flash but I did not test it.
b. usbboot.img will probably be corrected in slackware64-current shortly.
Note that machines that need the syslinux wrapper
(e.g. usbimg2disk.sh) will not boot from the 'boot flash' you have the option to create towards the end of the install.