"This time around, I used 'use existing partitions' and
'install' instead of upgrade. It seems that in some cases 'upgrade'
works fine, but in others it doesn't. Your mileage may vary; if you
use the 'upgrade' function and you have problems, you may first
want to do a clean install to see if that helps. BTW, a clean
install is usually faster anyway, since there are no dependencies
of the packages that get replaced to be checked.
"I have 3 partitions that I use as root partitions; normally I
have the bootloader of my main system in the MBR of the first
harddisk, /dev/hda, and on other installs (different distro, beta's
or rc's) I choose to have the bootloader on a floppy (/dev/fd0). On
this install I choose to install on a floppy, in the meantime I
have used the Mandrake Control Center to put it on the MBR of my
"A last remark: it may pay off later if you create an extra
partition that can serve as root partition for subsequent linux
installations, for instance for beta/rc testing..."
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