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I was going to wait for my "official" DVD to arrive, but my limited supply of patience ran out. So I've got the 64-bit 14.0 up and running on my desktop. Very nice (as usual). Thanks Pat, the Team, and all Slackers who tested all its bits and pieces.
Thanks so much off work sick for a week feeling like crap, now I feel like a kid in a candy store!!! thanks Pat and team. I swear comparing slackware to other flavours is like comparing OAK to particle board in wood working
The comparison of Slackware to OAK is most apt, IMHO