Post something that you do not like about slackware
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I don't like:
The basic philosophy of have no dependency-checking package manager by default.
The approach of starting with a full install and then removing what's not needed. (opposite extreme is Arch, which starts with nothing.)
The approach of starting with a full install and then removing what's not needed.
That's not a Slackware approach.
Slackware is a complete operating system consisted of applications which are configured to work together and for the most part, out of the box.
The Slackware approach is do a full install and stay with it.
One thing i dont like about Slackware is that it doesnt have its own forum and it relies on LQ so we have to put up with moderator trolls.