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Old 03-14-2007, 02:12 AM   #16
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there might be some point to this thread:
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Originally Posted by kalabanta
...how is it any different that Fedora or Kubuntu?
init scripts

admittedly, i'm no expert at these differences yet. but i can say other distros i've tried confused the hell out me when trying to set init scripts up.

could be that i started w/slack and am too resistant to learn?

i'd love to hear expansion about the _real_ differences between how slack is set up and say Ubuntu (which slowed down even my core duo).
 
  


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