ページ作成日 2016/5/4
ページ更新日 2020/3/29



                     SOURCE MEDIA SELECTION

Please select the media from which to install Slackware Linux:
           1 Install from a Slackware CD or DVD
           2 Install from a Slackware USB stick
           3 Install from a hard drive partition                 
           4 Install from NFS (Network File Sysmtem)
           5 Install from FTP/HTTP server
           6 Install from Samba share
           7 Install from a pre-mounted directory
                <  OK  >          <Cancel>             

普通のSATA接続のCD-ROM/DVD-ROM/Blu-ray Discドライブを使用している場合は、自動検出で大丈夫です。

                      SCAN FOR CD or DVD DRIVE
Make sure the Slackware disc is in your CD/DVD drive, and then press 
ENTER to begin the scanning process. Or, if you'd rather specify the
device name manually (experts only), choose that option below.
         auto    Scan for the CD or DVD drive (recommended)
         manual  Manually specify CD or DVD by device name          
                    <  OK  >           <Cancel>




                       PACKAGE SERIES SELECTION
Now it's time to select which general categories of software to install
on your system.  Use the spacebar to select or unselect the software
you wish to install.  You can use the up and down arrows to see all the
possible choices.  Recommended choices have been preselected.  Press
the ENTER key when you are finished.
   [X]A      Base Linux system
   [X]AP     Various Applications that do not need X   
   [X]D      Program Development (C, C++, Lisp, Perl, etc.)
   [X]E      GNU Emacs
   [X]F      FAQ lists, HOWTO documentation
   [X]K      Linux kernel source
   [X]KDE    The K Desktop Environment for X
   [ ]KDEI   International language support for KDE
   [X]L      System Libraries (needed by KDE, GNOME, X, and more)
   [X]N      Networking (TCP/IP, UUCP, Mail, News)
   [X]T      TeX typesetting software
   [X]TCL    Tcl/Tk script languages
   [X]X      X Window System
   [X]XAP    X Applications
   [X]XFCE   The Xface Desktop Environment for X
   [X]Y      Games
                  <  OK  >              <Cancel>             






                      SELECT PROMPTING MODE
Now you must select the type of prompts you'd like to see during the
installation process.  If you have the drive space, the 'full' option is
quick, easy, and by far the most foolproof choice.  The 'newbie' mode
provides the most information but is much more time-consuming
(presenting the packages one by one) than the menu-based choices.
Otherwise, you can pick packages from menus using 'expert' or 'menu'
mode.  Which type of prompting would you like to use?
   full     Install everything (9+ GB of software, RECOMMENDED!)
   terse    Like 'full', but display one line per package during install
   menu     Choose individual packages from interactive menus
   expert   This is actually the same as the "menu" option
   newbie   Use verbose prompting ( the X series takes one year)
   custom   Use custom tagfiles in the package directories
   tagpath  Use tagfiles in the subdirectories of a custom path    
   help     Read the prompt mode help file
                    <  OK  >         <Cancel>