Slackware 3.2 and System Commander
Posted on 1997-12-17
I am trying to install Slackware on my hard drive, which was partitioned by the manufacturer into three "drives" (c:, d:, and e:). Using Deluxe System Commander 4 I partitioned the c: drive to allow me to install Linux. So far, so good.
The problem lies in booting and rooting Linux. I am prompted to boot with the Linux bootdisk (by System Commander), and I do so. System Commander requests that I select the "superblock" choice. How?
Furthermore, if I try to boot to one of the partitioned drives using
mount root=/dev/hda2 (or hda3, or hda1)
I get a message that I cannot mount or that the mount failed. If I don't mount, I can logon but cannot run the Setup. What should I do?