"One difference this time around is that I now have the dual
core machine so I am running Slackware on that machine (especially
since it has hooks for better virtualization so it should run
better) It booted up the same as Slackware 12.2. Like last time I
hit enter. It also once again asked about my keyboard and I hit
enter – just like last time. Once again, you had to log in as
root and prepare the hard drive partitions.
"Apparently none of this had changed since Slackware 12.2. Then
again, most of the time the installers for other distros
don’t change. (Although they do take occasional leaps like
Debian) Once again, the virtual hard drive was at /dev/hda. This
time I gave myself 512 MB for swap. I type setup. It looked exactly
the same as before."
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