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Old 04-05-2013, 09:39 PM   #1
NattyNarwhal
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Cool GNU2 Slackware Again


Not completely but most recently. I have a retired police CF-29 Panasonic Toughbook which I have just successfully rendered bipolar despite my Cat Opus the Purr-Colater's predilection to nuzzling.(paws on the keys and such). Went back to Slackware because it was the only fully fleshed KDE desktop supporting my early Pentium M non PAE CPU. Have to confess I have tried most of the other distributions over the years on other platforms Slackware being one of the first after Red Hat 5. Much Older now and subject to some timers so I am facing a steep learning recurve. Glad to be with kindred spirits.
 
  


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