Can't install slackware-current
I'm trying to install slackware-current on a separate hard drive partition, but it's not working.
First I tried to do an NFS install but I couldn't get it to mount, so I gave up on that. I then copied all of the slackware-current directory to /dev/hdb2 in a directory named slackware/slackware-current using rsync, started up the slackware-10.0 disc, then followed instructions up to selecting the source. I entered /dev/hdb2 and /slackware/slackware-current but it only gives me the choice of the A package set, none of the others are listed.
Any suggestions? I've made sure that I have all of the slackware-current directory. Is there a better or different way to install -current?