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Last Review by Linux.tar.gz - posted: 01-06-2013 10:48 PM [ Post a Review


Views: 20024

Here's a way to have a PC fully powered. Even an old one. No bad surprise. No bulls**t. Good reactivity of updates. No 140 cd's set you'll never use. I like the poor graphisms during installation because they introduce no bug. The configuration tools (net, packages...) are quick. On the Slackware site, you have The Book, from which you can learn Linux really fast. The packages system is strong. No dependencies headaches. A LOT of packages at http://slackbuilds.org/ Slack leads you from newbie to expert : I've learned more slackin' 6 monthes than 10 years of others OS (including other Linuxes). Well, please stop reading and just go for it. P.S.: Big thanx to Patrick Volkerding and all other people who makes Slackware.

Rating: 10
Product Details: "14.0" by wsteward - posted: 09-30-2012 - Rating: ********* 9.00

Last Review by Linux.tar.gz - posted: 06-07-2011 05:04 AM [ Post a Review


Views: 108654

Here's a way to have a PC fully powered. Even an old one. No bad surprise. No bulls**t. Good reactivity of updates. No 140 cd's set you'll never use. I like the poor graphisms during installation because they introduce no bug. The configuration tools (net, packages...) are quick. On the Slackware site, you have The Book, from which you can learn Linux really fast. The packages system is strong. No dependencies headaches. A LOT of packages at http://slackbuilds.org/ Slack leads you from newbie to expert : I've learned more slackin' 6 monthes than 10 years of others OS (including other Linuxes). Well, please stop reading and just go for it. P.S.: Big thanx to Patrick Volkerding and all other people who makes Slackware.

Rating: 10
Product Details: "13.37" by wsteward - posted: 04-28-2011 - Rating: ********** 9.59

Last Review by Linux.tar.gz - posted: 11-26-2010 09:16 AM [ Post a Review


Views: 83150

Here's a way to have a PC fully powered. Even an old one. No bad surprise. No bulls**t. Good reactivity of updates. No 140 cd's set you'll never use. I like the poor graphisms during installation because they introduce no bug. The configuration tools (net, packages...) are quick. On the Slackware site, you have The Book, from which you can learn Linux really fast. The packages system is strong. No dependencies headaches. A LOT of packages at http://slackbuilds.org/ Slack leads you from newbie to expert : I've learned more slackin' 6 monthes than 10 years of others OS (including other Linuxes). Well, please stop reading and just go for it. P.S.: Big thanx to Patrick Volkerding and all other people who makes Slackware.

Rating: 10
Product Details: "Linux 13.1" by wsteward - posted: 05-26-2010 - Rating: ********* 9.25

Last Review by Linux.tar.gz - posted: 09-17-2009 12:52 PM [ Post a Review


Views: 118230

Here's a way to have a PC fully powered. Even an old one. No bad surprise. No bulls**t. Good reactivity of updates. No 140 cd's set you'll never use. I like the poor graphisms during installation because they introduce no bug. The configuration tools (net, packages...) are quick. On the Slackware site, you have The Book, from which you can learn Linux really fast. The packages system is strong. No dependencies headaches. A LOT of packages at http://slackbuilds.org/ Slack leads you from newbie to expert : I've learned more slackin' 6 monthes than 10 years of others OS (including other Linuxes). Well, please stop reading and just go for it. P.S.: Big thanx to Patrick Volkerding and all other people who makes Slackware.

Rating: 10
Product Details: "13.0" by gegechris99 - posted: 08-30-2009 - Rating: ********* 9.33

Last Review by Linux.tar.gz - posted: 12-16-2008 11:40 AM [ Post a Review


Views: 144766

Here's a way to have a PC fully powered. Even an old one. No bad surprise. No bullshit. Good reactivity of updates. No 140 cd's set you'll never use. I like the poor graphisms during installation because they introduce no bug. The configuration tools (net, packages...) are quick. On the Slackware site, you have The book, from which you can learn Linux really fast. The packages system is strong. No dependencies headaches. Slack leads you from newbie to expert. I've learned more slackin' 6 monthes than 10 years of others OS (including other Linuxes). Well, please stop reading and just go for it. P.S.: Big thanx to Patrick Volkerding and all other people who makes Slackware.

Rating: 10
Product Details: "Slackware Linux 12.2" by wsteward - posted: 12-11-2008 - Rating: ********** 9.89

Last Review by Linux.tar.gz - posted: 05-26-2008 03:23 AM [ Post a Review
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Views: 110561

Here's a way to have a PC fully powered. Even an old one. No bad surprise. No bullshit. Good reactivity of updates. No 140 cd's set you'll never use. I like the poor graphisms during installation because they introduce no bug. The configuration tools (net, packages...) are quick. On the Slackware site, you have The book, from which you can learn Linux really fast. The packages system is strong. No dependencies headaches. Slack leads you from newbie to expert. I've learned more slackin' 6 monthes than 10 years of others OS (including other Linuxes). Well, please stop reading and just go for it. P.S.: Big thanx to Patrick Volkerding and all other people who makes Slackware.

Rating: 10
Product Details: "12.1" by Linux.tar.gz - posted: 05-26-2008 - Rating: ********** 9.93

Last Review by Linux.tar.gz - posted: 09-23-2007 01:46 PM [ Post a Review


Views: 658938

Here's a way to have a PC fully powered. Even an old one. No bad surprise. No bullshit. Good reactivity of updates. No 140 cd's set you'll never use. I like the poor graphisms during installation because they introduce no bug. The configuration tools (net, packages...) are quick. On the Slackware site, you have The book, from which you can learn Linux really fast. The packages system is strong. No dependencies headaches. Slack leads you from newbie to expert. I've learned more slackin' 6 monthes than 10 years of others OS (including other Linuxes). Well, please stop reading and just go for it. P.S.: Thanx to people who makes Slackware.

Rating: 10
Product Details: "12.0" by ta0kira - posted: 07-15-2007 - Rating: ********** 9.66

Last Review by Linux.tar.gz - posted: 03-20-2007 06:13 PM [ Post a Review
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Views: 789183

Here's a way to have a PC fully powered. Even an old one. No bad surprise. No bullshit. Good reactivity of updates. No 140 cd's set you'll never use. I like the poor graphisms during installation because they introduce no bug. The configuration tools (net, packages...) are quick. On the Slackware site, you have The book, from which you can learn linux really fast. The packages system is strong. No dependencies headaches. Slack leads you from newbie to expert. I've learned more slackin' 6 monthes than 10 years of others OS (including other linuxes). Well, please stop reading and just go for it. P.S.: Thanx to people who makes Slackware.

Rating: 10
Product Details: "11" by Anonymo - posted: 10-06-2006 - Rating: ********* 9.37

Last Review by Linux.tar.gz - posted: 10-08-2005 04:33 PM [ Post a Review
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Views: 227424

Here's a way to have a PC fully powered. Even an old one. No bad surprise. No bullshit. Good reactivity of updates. No 140 cd's set you'll never use. I like the poor graphisms during installation because they introduce no bug. The configuration tools (net, packages...) are quick. On the Slackware site, you have The book, from which you can learn linux really fast. The packages system is strong. No dependencies headaches. Slack leads you from newbie to expert. I've learned more slackin' 6 monthes than 10 years of others OS (including other linuxes). Well, please stop reading and just go for it. P.S.: Thanx to people who makes Slackware.

Rating: 10
Product Details: "10.2" by Anonymo - posted: 09-19-2005 - Rating: ********* 9.45

Last Review by Linux.tar.gz - posted: 05-10-2005 09:44 PM [ Post a Review


Views: 237041

Here's a way to have a PC fully powered. Even an old one. No bad surprise. No bullshit. Good reactivity of updates. No 140 cd's set you'll never use. I like the poor graphisms during installation because they introduce no bug. The configuration tools (net, packages...) are quick. On the Slackware site, you have The book, from which you can learn linux really fast. The packages system is strong. No dependencies headaches. Slack leads you from newbie to expert. I've learned more slackin' 6 monthes than 10 years of others OS (including other linuxes). Well, please stop reading and just go for it. P.S.: Thanx to people who makes Slackware.

Rating: 10
Product Details: "10.1" by jeremy - posted: 02-11-2005 - Rating: ********* 9.09

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