Strange problem when install Slack 9.1
I'm having a very strange problem.
I'm trying to install Slackwarwe 9.1 on my Sony Vaio laptop. My CD-ROM is not supported by any of the pre-built kernels (it's in the docking station, SCSI and firewire support required). I booted from CD, configured network, istalled 'wget' and mirrored entire Slackware-9.1 folder from FTP onto my harddrive. I checked it against CHECKSUM.md5 - no errors, ALL files, including sources, are there. BTW, my HDD is partitioned as follows:
--- I have a dead NTFS partition (PQBoot killed my MBR recently, still trying to recover my data) with WinXP as /dev/hda1 (~22G);
--- Linux ext2 partition as /dev/hda2 (~8G);
--- swap partition /dev/hda3 (~300M).
I run setup, select key map, swap (/dev/hda3), target (/dev/hda2), select source as premounted directory (/mnt/slackware-9.1), /dev/hda2 is mounted to /mnt, select all packages, select newbie (I tried full as well) and after that setup shows me message that linux was installed and configured without actually installing it. I can't understand what is going on. I tried reformating linux partition and re-downloaded slackware - same result. Setup just skips the installation and configuration steps without giving any error messages, just tells me that installation is complite and that I can reboot, but nothing is installed...