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starwobble
Hello all, I'm new to the linux world, and need help setting up slackware 10.2. For some reason, my system will not boot correctly. When the lilo bootloader comes up, I press enter to install slackware on the linux partition, and I get a long list of directories that look like this: "/sbin/ldconfig: file /opt/kde/lib/libkstore.so is empty or unchecked", or similiar. They fill up my whole monitor. I'm assuming this is a bad thing... Any suggestions on fixing this?

Thanks in advance,
Ben
Termina
Did you burn this CD yourself? Re-download the .iso file, and check the md5 sum before you burn it.
starwobble
Yeah, I burnt the CD myself. I see the MD5 file in my Disk 1, and 2 folder. How do I check the MD5 sum? I don't have any programs that will recognize that format. Sorry to pester you guys with stupid questions, but I couldn't find the file extension info in the net.

Thanks in advance,
Ben
Termina
For windows: http://www.etree.org/md5com.html
For linux (should already be on your system): http://www.linuxdevcenter.com/linux/cmd/cm...p?path=m/md5sum

Hope that helps. smile.gif
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