Hi, Safder from Switzerland
no, you need at least two partitions for SuSE.
Yes you can install it without Win98. The 1st and 2nd CD are bootable.
The first has all the file-system in it.
The second is the swap-partition, used, when there is not enough memory.
Make sure that the first partition is within the first 1024 cylinders
of your harddrive. If not, Linux cannot boot.
Just divide your hdd like that, tell YaST, there is a swap-partition and
mount the first partition I mentioned,
If you are not sure weather this partition is within the 1024 cyls.
dont worry - Linux will tell you...
If so: set up a small boot partition (40 MB will be fairly enough) on
the beginning of your hdd and mount it on /boot
Mount the rest on /
Tell YaST about the Swap...
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