SORRY. ignore this thread, I posted it in the wrong forum. it’s now in install forum.
I’m installing 11.3 from USB stick. I went through the partition screen, etc and it did not mention anything about any data or other stuff on the harddisk. but when I got to the “Live Installation Settings” page, it shows the booting sections as:
openSUSE 11.3 (default)
openSUSE 11.2 - 184.108.40.206-0.2 (/dev/sdb2)
Failsafe – openSUSE 11.3
how do I blow those others away? I want them erased aand don’t want them in grub or “installed around”, rather, I want it “installed over” them.
Also, the “Linux Other” is the USB stick. Is it a problem to have that?
Use the expert level in the installer partition scheme to specify exactly what you want to happen. You will need to specify the mount points and size for all partitions. Without knowing what is currently on the disk I can not give any further advice. Post