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Skip this part if you know about mc2 (makefile creator, the second generation)
Before we start, if you haven't tried mc2 yet, don't be put off by the installation location. The Computer Mad Science Team uses 4 levels of installation for various kinds of apps.
The most basic type is the HOME/bin sandbox. This allows instantly running applications because that folder is usually in the...
[SIZE="5"][b]Making slackware packages from source[/b][/SIZE]
I'm posting this because some people have problems with making packages from source code, and howto where I learned how to do it isn't available anymore.
1) howto is pretty short and doesn't dive into details too much (although I initially thought about overview of commonly used build systems).
2) This doesn't work for all packages, only for most...