I am having some Slackware installation issues. I am currently trying to install it with 3 CDs. I downloaded three ISOs from Slackware's website which are burnt seperately, with one on each CD.
Anyway, I restart my computer and it gets to the boot screen, to which I press "enter". I get in and log in as the root. My problem occurs when I enter cfdisk to see my partitions. It says that I have none, and only 600-something MB available in free space, when in reality (according to Vista's disk management) have 20GB unallocated. I tried going into setup, and it recognizes the space through that, but doesn't let me install after I go to "Target" and allow it for use.
Attached is a print screen I made that shows Vista's disk management with my partitions. I'm not sure what the one on the far left is, but Vista won't let me manage that part for some reason.