Originally Posted by ReaperX7
Again, please stay on topic!
I wasn't up for debating the ifs and shoulds of using ZFS...
I was ASKING how you could go about replicating the usage of ZFS with a patched Linux kernel for Slackware, create a working ZFS partition with a Slackware installation on it, and doing this without a Live Disk.
If this topic goes off topic one more time, I will be the one to hit the report button myself. I don't need these petty bullshit arguments about who says what about what the fuck ever. I'm asking technical questions on a subject that's as far from debating the ifs and shoulds as possible, so if you don't have anything to contribute that's useful in any form or fashion, keep your damn mouth shut.
Now back on topic if you have any real answers!
If you look up I had provided the link of how to setup ZFS on Slackware. You are welcome. I have always thanked you for times you helped me with my driver issues. But if you are going to act rude in this manner and unappreciative of my help... I don't know what to tell you. This Thread should be Marked as Solved. You can't get a better response then setting up ZFS on Slackware then from the Slackware wiki itself. On top of that you have damgars response as well that adds more details to your questions that were already answered in the wiki. It uses no Live Disk.