Installing X Windows in Slackware from the Internet
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[Solved] Installing X Windows in Slackware from the Internet
I just installed Slackware on my Desktop and I booted it up to discover that X Windows hasn't been installed. During the installation process I was asked if I wanted to install it, and I chose to (along with KDE) but later it asked me to insert another cd, which I don't have. So I think it just skipped it.
I've booted it up and now I am looking at a console. Coming from Ubuntu and Debian I was expecting some kind of package management tool like apt where I could just go ahead and install whatever I wanted. But the programs I have seem to only want to install from a CD. I looked on the CD for Xorg and KDE packages but from what I can see they aren't there. Is there an internet based package management tool like apt? Otherwise, how can I install X?