Well, if you've got some unpartitioned free space on your drive a simple setup is to just create a Root and Swap partition - however, (if youve already got a swap partition on your drive in use with Mandrake, then Slackware will recognise this existing Swap partition during setup, and ask you if you want to use it with Slackware aswell) - just say yes, (if its suitable)(ie you can share a Swap partition between distributions)
After you've logged in as root user you can type
to bring up a menu in which you can create your partition(s)
remember, once you've created your Root partition ( or any others ), write the partition table to disk to save the changes - you can then reboot and carry on with setup
Last edited by Skyline; 01-03-2004 at 10:00 PM.