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Is there any place to get an iso of slackware-current? I would love to have a Slackware with new glibc, XF86, and gcc. But, I would also prolly just install 8.0 unless I can get a slackware-current iso.
Anyone know where to get one?
Or if there is a really easy way to install slackware-current?
You'll have to just get the packages and update manually. If Slack released a current ISO it'd be the same as releasing a Slack 8.2 or so, which hasn't happened. So long story short, gotta download the packages.
Originally posted by redgore You can get the iso's from www.linuxiso.org/slackware.html linuxiso.org is a good place to get your iso's for any Linux!! The download server is fast and never seems to be busy so enjoy
He was asking about where to get the slackware-current ISO IF there was one, which there is not. You can only get Slack 8 original in ISO form. Gotta download the updated packages.
They have updated the source tree with the correct package tree so you can burn the /pub/slackware-current/slackware/ directory from the FTP on to a CD. Boot off the Slackware 8.0 CD. When it asks for the install media, swap CDS and point it to the cdrom drive. It will install Slackware-Current packages at that point.
You can definitly find slackware-current ISO's. But usually not on the slackware official sites. They just change things too frequently. They do, however, give you all the tools on there (and instructions too if I am not mistaken) to build your own bootable install cd in the slackware-current directory.