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Old 12-10-2005, 03:25 AM   #1
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slax or slackware remastering


Hi
I want to remaster slackware ( or slax ) . i could not find a complete tutorial for this remastering . documentations in slax web pages are good but not complete . and i have lots of questions ? for example :
1- are there any dependencies between .mo files ?
2- if one file is shared between two .mo files what happens ? is it overriden ?
3- how can i change the boot process and messages of slax ?
4- how can i change appearance of KDE in slax ?
5- how can i change all things to a new distro ? should i install slackware for
remastering or slax ?
and ....
please give me a complete tutorial .
thanks.
 
Old 12-10-2005, 10:20 AM   #2
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Hi

This is what you are looking for:


http://cookingupsomeslack.com/ [CUSS]


 
  


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