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rekaye1005 02-19-2006 12:38 PM

slackware ISOs
 
brain dead today
where are the slackware ISOs

went to the site
went to download sites
cant find the 600+ k isos for burning

rk

Nylex 02-19-2006 12:41 PM

You can use the torrents. Here is one mirror that has the ISOs and there are others, but I'm not going through all of them looking!

rekaye1005 02-19-2006 12:46 PM

thanks
 
thats what i am looking for.
new to slackware.
am i correct?
the idea here is to know what you are doing,
and do most everything by hand?

ron

onebuck 02-19-2006 12:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rekaye1005
thats what i am looking for.
new to slackware.
am i correct?
the idea here is to know what you are doing,
and do most everything by hand?

ron

Hi,

Check my sig!

Actually Slackware is a good distribution to learn with. You can use the cli and become familiar with the system. You need to read a lot of mans or references to get to a point of comfort. But the time spent gives rewards!

Welcome to Slackware.

JockVSJock 02-19-2006 02:52 PM

You can hit

http://www.linuxiso.org/distro.php?distro=17

For some older iso, 10.1 and 10.0.

Or you can hit isohunt.com too and search for Slackware

http://isohunt.com/torrents.php?ihq=...re&ext=&op=and

liquidtenmilion 02-19-2006 03:30 PM

<_<

Or you can just go to slackware.com and download the updated isos directly from the source.

ftp://slackware.mirrors.tds.net/pub/...kware-10.2-iso

You just need disc 1 and 2

Poetics 02-20-2006 05:51 PM

Technically if you're not doing GUI (or at least, not doing KDE/Gnome), you don't even need Disk 2 :)


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