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Slackware 11 Review

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Not so different from the Slackware that introduced me to Linux in the Summer of 1995 -- just a bit newer and better.
It's somewhat comforting to realize that some things don't change, or at least don't change much. Slackware's software is still divvied up into software series, though the selection has expanded beyond the base system (A series) and X11 (X series), and requires a lot more than 24 diskettes' worth of space. Slack now requires 6 CDs for binaries and source, or one DVD.
 read more | mail this link | score:7357 | -Ray, October 19, 2006
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