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I divided my 80gb hdd into 4 part as 24,24,24 and 4. I installed in to c:ntfs ''xp'' and then I again installed into d:ntfs ''xp'' and then I formatted ...
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    slackware 11 keyboard problem


    I divided my 80gb hdd into 4 part as 24,24,24 and 4. I installed in to c:ntfs ''xp'' and then I again installed into d:ntfs ''xp'' and then I formatted to ''e'' with slackware cd as linux and then I formatted to ''F'' as linux swap and after all these I installed slackware in to ''e'' succesfully. Computer boots with linux boot and ask me if I choose windows or linux.
    when I choose windows everything is ok. but when I choose lınux computer is loading something and waiting for a while and then ask me to login darkstar but I couldn't beacuse the keyboard which I choose linux option with it now doesn't work. if someone helps me I will be very glad. I don't know English very very well so if you use clear and simple sentences I will be very thankful.

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    Can you use another keyboard in the meantime so you can login? If so, then great and then we can configure yours.
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