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I am new to slackware but not linux I heard that slackware will teach you loads about linux.I have been using (k)ubuntu for a while and I have run other distros like fedora and suse and messed with others but never slackware.So please don't dive down my throat I no its a dumb question but I can't find any sites with clear instructions on how to install slap-get.Also does anyone no a good guide on package management in slackware.
Yea I figured out how to install it and my bad about calling it slap-get
And yea I didn't no that installing packages were that easy on here to I think slackware is going to be a lot of fun.I have used kubuntu for a while and I have used slackware for 2days and already learned loads more about linux.Oh yea and I am running slackware in a virtual box inside kubuntu I have never used lilo always grub how would I go about dual booting between windows xp and slackware.One more thing mp3 support I can already see that being a issue and thank you so much for your help