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Distribution: Slackware Current - RedHat Enterprise
I have the current RC5 version on my job desktop, I can't wait to the DVD iso to reach my home *My father have a subscription to slack store* so I'm downloading 14 stable iso now to install it on my old notebook maybe I am to desperate ...
You might still see the odd error from the torrents because we usually run 3 Torrent servers. Currently only one is set up for 14.0 but we should have the other two up soon.
And while you're at the Slackware Store buying your copy of Slackware 14.0 don't forget to grab a couple of the new T-shirts. We think they are awesome and you never know, it may be the last chance you get to buy a T-shirt
This is exactly what I have done this morning. In my opinion the best way to keep the 'machine Slackware' running!