I want to triple boot among Windows XP, Vector Linux, and Slackware 12. I had previously triple booted among Windows XP, and two separate installations of Vector Linux. So I installed Slackware on the partition that had been my extra Vector Installation. During that installation process, I did not install lilo, but rather adjusted my lilo.conf file in my primary Vector installation, and ran lilo. (That's exactly what I had done before to get the 2nd Vector installation).
When I try to boot Slackware, I receive error messages saying "Could not load /lib/modules/220.127.116.11/modules.dep: No Such File Or Directory." If I run lsmod, there are no modules. There is a /lib/modules/18.104.22.168 directory with the appropriate modules. I notice that the Slackware 12 kernel is 22.214.171.124, whereas my Vector kernel is 126.96.36.199. This makes me wonder if something didn't get completely cleared off of that partition before installing Slackware. If that's the case, what could I do to asbolutely ensure the partition is completely clean before installing Slackware? I did reformat this partition as part of the Slackware installation. Otherwise, might there be some script that might be looking in the wrong place for the modules?
It doesn't seem reasonable that the error could be in the Slackware installation itself; one would think they'd notice that modules aren't loading. It does finish booting, but without any modules loaded, the system isn't too useful.