It will not take care of ntfs
leftover crud that interferes with clean install on many Slackware-based and some other distros. My method ensures a clean install, using just the installer does not -- and having to reinstall after first doing the zero wipe (which could or should have been done in the first place) is
a waste of time I avoid by using this method -- hence the recommendation based on the experience of a former distro-hopper
BTW, I use older version of sysresccd
because of more CLI-based
options versus the newer ones.