I'm trying to install slackware 10.0 on my computer, as a 3rd OS, with WinXP, and Fedora Core 3 already installed. I download the isos, check the md5s, they match. I boot from the slackware disc, and from then on its nothing but problems. For some reason fdisk will not access my hard disk to format it. I quit out, run fdisk in fedora to format the "unallocated space" as a linux partition. It works fine. I reboot on the slackware install disk. It tells me there is no swap space (there is since i'm already running fedora), and it tells me there are no linux partitions detected (there are 4 linux partitions, 1 boot, 1 root, 1 home and 1 blank that i'm trying to install slackware to. my hard drive is at /dev/sda but it tells me its unable to access it. Again, fdisk under fedora had no problem pulling it up. I'm completely stuck as to what to do. ANy ideas? Also: running cfdisk just brings up a fatal error.