> I am installing Slackware 3.2 on my computer. I have a Win-gen from
> Computer City.
> It is a 300mgh computer with 64 megs of memory.
> It has a Western Digital Ultra DMA 6.4gig hard drive and a Hitachi 24x
> Western Digital:
> cylinders: 13328
> heads: 15
> sectors: 63
> I partitioned the hard drive with Partition Magic.
> hda1 is my Win95 Partition with hda3 an extended partition.
> hda2 is my Linux partition. hda4 is my Boot Manager partition.
Not too sure you can do this! maybe someone else can help here.
When I installed Slackware 3.2 I used dos to delete a partion that I was
going to use and then left it blank.
From there it was just a case of following the installation instructions
to use the fdisk command that will be on the bare.i bootdisk. I had to
use this method because I could not read my CD at first (I know what I did
wrong then, it's easy with hind sight)
> I got all the way through the install using first barepnp.i bootdisk and
> Neither installation showed any directories except root upon completion.
> Anyone out there have any help to offer?
Other than using Partition Magic (as I say you might well be able to do this)
I can not see anything wrong from the info you have provided:-)
Ian J. Garlick