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Quantum GIS (QGIS) has a new version 1.5.0, and so I've now submitted a revised SlackBuild to SlackBuilds.org. It should show up some time in the next week or two.
Note that there is a new dependency. You need to install QWT (yes, SBo has a SlackBuild for that) before building the new version of QGIS. Well, you don't absolutely have to have QWT, but if you don't have QWT there will be reduced functionality in QGIS - for example, the new Live GPS Tracking will be missing. ...
For a bit of devilment, I thought I'd head over to bing.com and search for Linux. (Go on give it a go, you know know you want to mess with their heads... ) Well, as it happens I 'discovered' an interesting link. http://linux.co.uk