"No space left on device" error
I am having trouble re installing Slackware linux 9.1. I installed it about a 2 weeks ago from cd rom and it worked fine, i really liked it. However i had to uninstall it for complicated reasons and now on reinstalled I am having serious problems with my install. I make linux and swap partions in partition magic and then reboot from CD rom, all is well, then i run setup and it finds my partitions just fine, when i start installing packages it goes fine through the first 3 or 4 and then I get this error:
"/usr/lib/setup/installpkg: cannot create /mnt/var/log/setup/tmp/controlns2354 no space left on device"
This is the error i get in the bash, just after this error apears setup gives me a similar error saying that the file coreutilties is corupt or the media is corrupt. I found this hard to believe as i had installed from the same disks only 2 weeks ago, but i decided to try making new disk so i re downloaded the iso's and made new disk, going through the process again resulted in the exact same error. I also tryed partitioning the drive using cfdisk with the same results. I know their is enough space on the disk, and i have tried numerous different methods, all resulting in the same error. Could someone please help me, i have looked everywhere else for help with no one seeming to experience this error. Thanks