You might need to turn up the volume. Let me know what you think of this video and if I should continue to make them.
steps are here for reference:
Boot up the Slackware installation disk
Select a keyboard map (if needed)
Log in as root
Use “cfdisk” to get into the disk manager
Create a swap partition in MB double the size of memory. If you have 256 MB of ram, use 512, 128 use 256 etc.
Change the partition type to swap
Create a root partition on the available space with the full disk
Make this partition bootable with the Linux file system type
write the changes to the disk.
This is a very basic setup. I want to make more videos on various subjects if this one picks up. In the line up is a whole Slackware setup tutorial and possibly various other distributions too. I would like to demonstrate other software and technologies.