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i read around, googled, and such and found that it is possible to install slackware on a SATA hard drive. i was wondering if anyone had a set of instructions ...
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    slackware SATA issue


    i read around, googled, and such and found that it is possible to install slackware on a SATA hard drive.
    i was wondering if anyone had a set of instructions on how to put the sata.i kernel into a slackware install cd.
    or, if anyone knows of a mirror with the kernel already slapped in there.
    thanks
    -tuxxman

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    The sata.i kernel is on the slackware 10 cd.
    When you get to the boot prompt on the cd just type sata.i
    To partition the drive type cfdisk /dev/sda

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