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Postby soydepr » Sun Mar 30 2014 - 22:54:31

ok i was able to put they boot image on sd and logged in as root.
how do i complete the installation ?

my confusion is i odnt have a swap partition on my sd card how can i get one there if thats wharf i used to boot

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Postby Exaga » Thu Apr 03 2014 - 18:46:12


If you follow the installation guide on this page: http://rpi.fatdog.eu/index.php?p=install - it explains how to install Slackware ARM on your Raspberry Pi after you have written the image to a SD card.

Hope this helps. ;)

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