3rd Party Repos and Sharing Your Homemade Slackware Packages
So, half the fun of running Slackware is how easy it is to make Slackware packages from source!
I know there are many, many unofficial Slackware repos, and please add to these if you know of more...
SlackBuilds (of course)
David Woodfalls (dive) page
Absolute Linux repo
Superb-Mini-Server (formerly slack-mini-server)
I'm sure there are others also....?
Anyway; the point of this thread is make Slacker's aware of what 3rd party repos there are
for normal users to show off their own homemade apps/utilities, etc
Anyone can use free file sharing services to use so others can download
their builds/packages, etc
So, I have a few apps that I made for myself on my various (6) slackware/slackware64 installs over 2 pc's...
Here they are; Please read the readme there about post-install steps and info!
Their all great apps I think...especially DungeonCrawl!
Note that ranger, pcmanfm-mod, systray-volume-control, mirage, alsa-equalizer and alsamixergui
will be in all four of the next nFluxOS versions (arch testing/debian sid/slackware current/ubuntu ,eerkat)
Alien Bob's site:
Thanks for the list.
One quick note: src2pkg isn't a repository, it's a tool for creating packages.
The only three repositories I use anymore are Eric's (Alien Bob), Robby's, and Slackbuilds.org (usually through the Sbopkg utility).
I may check out some of the other ones.
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