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i didn't think slackware was still using that name.
that really brings back memories. slackware '96 and
you can try to edit /etc/HOSTNAME
but there may be scripts that create that file at boot.
Originally posted by Kjetil4455 mate, write "root" and then your root password. and you may enter tghe GUI by doing the "startx" command.
Don't wig out and loose it if the GUI doesn't start up pefectly. It may take some tweeking. There are plenty of guides around here on getting that to work (or there used to be...hope the still are around)
Thanks I will try that but why is it like this in the setup it ask what you want I want at start up KDE or some thing other I been trying other linux none been anything like this I hear slackware the best maybe but sure is alot of work to setup I am new to linux and have alot to leard