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Originally posted by SlackerLX To be completely honest, guys, I still "secretly" use my beloved Slack. Even though I loved Debian very much. Still could not avert myself from Slack. Tried to use Debian for 2 days as substitute and
broke . I'm Back to my baby, my Slackware!!!!!! http://eo.yifan.net/users/t/wdesborough/SimplySlack.png
OOH a closet slacker huh.
I've been trying different distro's and I like debian and all, but definately like slackware more. Too each there own I guess.
I have to admit that I have tried (and am trying) other distros, but I always return to Slackware. I feel much less constrained under Slackware, using rpms, debs, etc just doesn't work for me any more - using source packages for everything makes more sense for me and I find it easier to work with.
The great thing about Linux, though, is that we are all catered for and there is a distro for all of us.