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Distribution: Windows @ [slackware-security] seamonkey
I'm good with the Slackware if the release kernel- even includes a Linux knowledge: SlackBook I will only need to visit the first two URLs its good that Slackware than wont require an edit history too soon to handle loading the kernel for me not needing to load any these systems will it just piggy back on the DOS operating system even with partitioned HDD or do any or all Linux downloads need a kernel or not? Or dose it imply that. When it says 'when your system boots'. Or is udevd(8)a mirror of the same copy(8) you want to keep but also the same-old copy(one) the Slackware security would want to overwrite from the hosting or native systems partition or module is Pretty Good Privacy.
Last edited by emissrto; 02-26-2013 at 04:30 AM.