From the LQWiki, this is Amigo Linux's
Maybe this linked page can help to figure out
how Amigo is Slackware-like or Slackware-compatible
notice from this latter ...docs/whatisit.htm page
that amigo seems a mix of slackware, fat/umsdos, and even redhat/knoppix
quotes from this page itself:
"Amigo and other umsdos-based Linux distributions take advantage of the umsdos-utils to make it possible to run Linux on a FAT partition......... It incorporates Knoppix-style hardware detection, using the RedHat kudzu libraries. It also uses Knoppix' mkxf86config.sh and/or RedHat Xconfigurator to make configuration of graphics hardware easier. These programs DO NOT interfere with the standard Slackware file sructure"