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-Thank you for your article, but, can you please make a quick attempt to include a tutuorial 'for the rest of us' (ie.- simple enough for the win savvy but linux beginner) that explains method two; booting slackware from one location. The method given above by Jim shed some light on the matter, but I want to be able to do so ion a win environment if possible, otherwise I am going to need to interpret how to do it from a linux environment in a win environment.... enough, I'm not giong o try to sound smart.+Thank you for your article, but, can you please make a quick attempt to include a tutuorial 'for the rest of us' (ie.- simple enough for the win savvy but linux beginner) that explains method two; booting slackware from one location. The method given above by Jim shed some light on the matter, but I want to be able to do so in a win environment if possible, otherwise I am going to need to interpret how to do it from a linux environment in a win environment.... enough, I'm not going io try to sound smart.  
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 +> Jeromy Boyd 
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 +Hi! What do you mean by "//booting slackware from one location//"?\\  
 +--- //Eric (Tue Nov 18 19:46:02 UTC 2008)// 
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 +Hi Alien! 
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 +I wrote a simple script that installs lilo into a USB stick with several partitions. One of them can have the Slackware tree. 
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 +Here is a nano-HOWTO: [[http://stoa.usp.br/oda/weblog/63591.html]] 
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 +Oda 
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 +2009-10-04 00:01
  
-Jeromy Boyd 
-jeromyboyd ]at[ gmail ]dot[ com 

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