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 Just in case

 
 by The-Q on: Jan 2 2009
 
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Just in case you missed, 12.2 is up.
Thanks Pat


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 Re: Just in case

 
 by dragonauta on: Jan 20 2009
 
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Hello everybody!
I used to run Fedora, but recently changed to Slackware and I'm very, very happy with it.
I have 12.2 + Fluxbox (wbar+adesklets+conky)


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 Re: Re: Just in case

 
 by SqdnGuns on: Jan 23 2009
 
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 slackware 13 is out!

 
 by brainvision on: Sep 14 2009
 
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Slackware 13.0 is released!
After one of the most intensive periods of development in Slackware's history, the long awaited stable release of Slackware 13.0 is ready. This release brings with it many major changes since Slackware 12.2, including a completely reworked collection of X packages (a configuration file for X is no longer needed in most cases), major upgrades to the desktop environments (KDE version 4.2.4 and Xfce version 4.6.1), a new .txz package format with much better compression, and other upgrades all around -- to the development system, network services, libraries, and major applications like Firefox and Thunderbird. We think you'll agree that this version of Slackware was worth the wait. Also, this is the first release of Slackware with native support for the 64-bit x86_64 architecture! Major kudos to Eric Hameleers for all of his work, especially on the 64-bit port.

More details may by found in the official announcement and in the release notes.

Please consider supporting the Slackware project by picking up a copy of the Slackware 13.0 release from the Slackware Store. The discs are off to replication, but we're accepting pre-orders for the official 6 CD set and the DVD. The CD set is the 32-bit x86 release, while the DVD is a special edition dual-sided disc with the 32-bit x86 release on one side and the 64-bit x86_64 release on the other. And, we still have T-shirts and other Slackware stuff there, so have a look around. Thanks to our subscribers and supporters for keeping Slackware going all these years.

Thanks are again due to the Slackware crew, the developers of slackbuilds.org, the community on linuxquestions.org, Slackware IRC channels, and everyone else who helped out with this release.

Have fun, and enjoy the new stable release!

Pat and the Slackware crew


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So, what do you think about the new version of our loved slackware?


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 wow

 
 by s3v3nisthe1 on: Oct 4 2009
 
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I love slack but the part I love the most is building my own slack packages for my 64 bit system. I started my install with 100 gigs and now I'm down to 2.35 gigs. Wow have I really installed that much software, granted I have some movies and stuff on here but I'm certain it must be all the great programs I've installed. and best of all it's all FREE! yay for me.


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 A New Slacker

 
 by marcaemus on: Nov 22 2009
 
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Hi all. After using redhat/fedora for 10 years I decided to give Slackware 13 a go. How very nice it was - much the 'traditional' linux system.
Installation was a breeze and everything's nice and stable the only issue being Flash plugin for 64bit but I've fixed that now. KDE4 seems noticeably quicker than with Fed12.
Was missing Gnome/Compiz but it built easily enough - still trying to get to like KDE. There's always FVWM I guess.


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 Re: A New Slacker

 
 by GArik on: Nov 22 2009
 
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You may want to update to slackware-current. KDE is much more stable and useful in -current. Especially amarok and koffice.


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 Re: Re: A New Slacker

 
 by marcaemus on: Nov 22 2009
 
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Thanks for the tip. I'm grabbing Amarok now.


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 Re: Re: A New Slacker

 
 by marcaemus on: Nov 23 2009
 
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Just updated KDE using Slackpkg. It broke. Splash screen then everything fades to white. Never been a KDE fan and this ain't helping. Gonna' build it from source this time.


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 Re: Re: Re: A New Slacker

 
 by GArik on: Nov 23 2009
 
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:)


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 Re: Re: Re: A New Slacker

 
 by marcaemus on: Dec 25 2009
 
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Finally, an update on my travails with KDE4. Just finished building KDE 4.4beta - a long, hard slog but finally a version that works. Still early days but it seems a bit better than 4.2.


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