> Also, this is a generic linux question. (Sorry for posting this)
> Can I use Slackware2.0 boot disk for installing Slackware 3.4 over NFS?
> In my understanding, boot disks are for creating small linux system in RAM
> so boot disk version doesn't matter unless install procedure changed much.
Boot disk should not matter, but Root disk will. The root disk is
different for each release and contains the list of packages to be