Weird installation problem...
First off, let me say that this is a great site, very useful.
On to my problem:
When I install Slackware 9.1 from CD everything works fine up to the point where I'm supposed to pick my source media. I can boot the machine from atapi-cdrom, set up a partition table with cfdisk, start setup, format the partitions, etc. but when I pick 'Install from Slackware CD/DVD' for some reason it doesn't detect a Slackware CD in the CD-Drive.
Now, the weird thing is that this only happens if I set up Swap partitions. Basically, if I just make regular linux partitions everything works the way it's supposed to, the CD is being detected and I can complete the installation without problems.
CD-ROM: Sony DRU-500A (DVD RW) as hdc
Mainboard: MSI K7D Master
CPU: Athlon 2200mp (x2)
Hard Drives: WD Caviar 80GB (x2, hda and hdb)
Let me know if you need to know anything else.
Thanks for reading,