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I couldnt find the answer anywhere, so i'd just like to know so if i had do the partitioning myself, i could do it ahead of time....
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    Does slackware have its own partitioning?


    I couldnt find the answer anywhere, so i'd just like to know so if i had do the partitioning myself, i could do it ahead of time.

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    the install cds have a partitioner, or you can do it yourself beforehand. One interesting thing about the slackware partitioner is that it allows you to set the inode space without specifically calling it from the command line when you mke2fs -j.

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    When you boot the CD it tells you what you need to do.. I guess you havent booted it yet?

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    no i didnt actually, im just finishing downloading the CD's, but thanks to who helped with my question. now, i just need to know which bootfile to use so that i can install the CD's from my USB CD-ROM drive. that, i cant figure out.

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