Installing the 11.1 Live CD to hdd is a lot warmer/fuzzier experience than was SuSE 7.1- my last SuSE before wandering off in 2000, muttering to myself ;).
As a “rehearsal” I let the process install on an empty (120 gB) hdd, and it completed perfectly.
Now I’d like some help, please, fitting a new installation onto a disk with sidux already installed … like so:
sda1: fat32, primary for future Win2k
sda5: logical,reiser, sidux /
sda7: logical,reiser, sidux /home
sda8: logical,reiser for SuSE /
SVP: how do I install SuSE to sda8, using the existing /home & swap?
1.Perhaps caf4926 means “SuSE doesn’t ‘do’ reiser”?
2.Same question as before,same partitioning, except Win2k is installed on (P-ATA) hda1. Sidux has grub in mbr.
Does the SuSE installer have the flexibility to install / to hda8, adopting the existing sidux /home and swap?
This is just some tire-kicking on other distros- I’m happy as a clam with sidux- so if this doesn’t work (easily), it’s no biggie.