You're adding files that aren't concatenated yet. (hence the .1, .2. and .3 extensions.) This is what you need to do. I'm assuming you're going to be doing this on the same, Windows computer...
copy TouchPadBuntuRootfs1210v2.tar.gz.1+TouchPadBuntuRootfs1210v2.tar.gz.2+TouchPadBuntuRootfs1210v2.tar.gz.3 TouchPadBuntuRootfs1210v2.tar.gz
copy HPTPSlackware14test1.tar.gz.1+HPTPSlackware14test1.tar.gz.2+HPTPSlackware14test1.tar.gz.3 HPTPSlackware14test1.tar.gz
Transfer the HPTPSlackware14test1.tar.gz and TouchPadBuntuRootfs1210v2.tar.gz files to the TouchPad's sminstall folder, and delete the .1, .2, and .3 files.
Re-run SmackMe. You shouldn't need to redoctor your TP, assuming you didn't create any cm-* LVMs (e.g. by running normal ACME).
By the way, a few hints about my installer:
- It saves a log in the sminstall folder if you want to find out what went right or wrong
- It NEVER deletes original installation files. It will move them to either "invalid" or "finished" under the sminstall folder, and after you are satisfied with your installation, you can delete them.
- It will soon be updated with support for concatenating archives during installation (which would make it work when you put in the .1,.2,.3 files.
- I will also add recovery kernels to the kexec packages, and once I have the method for modding them, I will document it. It is likely to be more involved than what can be done by the installer itself, but if it isn't, I will add hotpatch support for uImage recoveries like it does with Android normal uImages.