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Distribution: Slackware 14.1, 14.2
Nice sticker, I could use a sheet of those. I ripped off all the windoze stickers, and my daughter thought it made the systems look ugly. So see bought me a sheet of linux stickers from zazzle.com. Not a pretty as the Slack sticker.
There was a minimum order of 150 stickers in order to have them made, but after I explained to the company that I only needed one, they sold the rest to a different distributor to help offset the production cost (and the cost for me). You might find this stickers brothers and sisters elsewhere if you look, but I have no idea where they sold them to.
Nice sticker, I could use a sheet of those. I ripped off all the windoze stickers, and my daughter thought it made the systems look ugly...
A little WD-40 will remove the stickum left on the surface of the case. If it is a plastic case (or painted) try a spot on the case where, if there is a negative reaction, it won't be seen. Wait 20 minutes. If nothing "bad" happens, go ahead and do the spot where the, ugh, winblows sticker was attached. Works great!
Maybe Pat should include these in the Slackware store since he has trademarked "Slackware Linux".
I agree, I'd buy em'. I'd also like to see a sticker for the lid of my laptop's as well. And a lady's night shirt / pajama type of shirt they need too at the store. And coffee mugs! Why don't they have Slackware coffee mugs? And beer steins. I could go on ... and on ..