i installed slackware linux 11, now how to uninstall it?
I want to install windows xp, I tried to remove all partations, but it showing still linux slackware only
Not in some time have I used Slackware but after coming back to Linux and playing with a few distros -Slackware is still the most elegant and stable distro in my opinion. Steam and CS:Source are running great! Super smooth - no different than playing on Windows! *lol* Wireless was pretty easy and Nvidia driver install was a snap.
I recently installed slackware-14 and it is working very well. However, on searching for applications in pkgs.org, I find that there are many more applications for slackware-13.37. The install dvd of 13.37 is also larger than that of slackware-14 (approx. 4.2 vs 2.4 gb). Will it be easier to use slackware-13.37 for the sake of availability of applications?
Fear not my fellow Slackers, I say not bad things of that which is Slackware, but to say I have become one of the few, the enlightened, and the graduates of Slackware and Patrick's infinite wisdom of Linux. :study:
I have graduated from Slackware to the higher realms of LinuxFromScratch, yet I take with me the knowledge and wisdom imparted from Mr.
Slackware Linux, a complete 32-bit multitasking "UNIX-like" system that is currently based around the 3.2 Linux kernel series, is now at version 14.0 RC1. Slackware Linux 13.37 took quite a while be make out of development, so uses mustn't get your hopes up with a quick release date for the new and improved Slackware Linux 14.0.
I'm working with Slackware Linux and trying to install some SRPMs, i get surprised that there is no rpm command in slackware.
I googled a lot and tried many possible ways(using rpmbuild), but not able to install the packages successfully.
Also I tried with rpm2targz, but not able to install the SRPMs
Please suggest the proper way to install SRPM in Slackware..
Linux.com: "Slackware Linux is still going strong. The Slackware Linux Project released Slackware 13.1 on May 24th.This is just a little by shy of the 17th anniversary of Slackware 1.0 and not quite a year after Slackware 13.0. Delve back into yesteryear with me; you're in for a treat."
Slackware Linux Review — Current version 13.1 Introduction From Wikipedia: Slackware is a free and open source operating system. It was one of the earliest operating systems to be built on top of the Linux kernel and is the oldest currently being maintained. Slackware was created by Patrick Volkerding of Slackware Linux, Inc. in 1993.