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    Slackware64 UEFI USB boot stick for installation

    Yes, you're right! Many thanks.
    Posted Yesterday at 02:28 AM by rkelsen rkelsen is offline
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    Slackware64 UEFI USB boot stick for installation

    Hello 🤗
    I think you have a typo, 8200 is for swap, 8300 is for Linux.
    Posted 09-25-2023 at 09:36 AM by rizitis rizitis is offline
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    Fast system to use: antiX

    I wrote the original entry to this thread on November 17, 2008 with the title:
    "Fast system to use: antiX".

    This not only remains true today, but it's more important than ever.
    Back in 2008 there were at least a few CD-based distributions, some of which were primarily live distributions.

    antiX has always been able to run live, and several persistent state capabilities, in particular, "Frugal persist" have become favorites, and antiX also allows the ability to run on permanent physical media - I'm running on a solid state drive, NVME SSD technology; I also have multiple images saved on USB Flash Drives.

    Back in 2008 antiX ran on the default init system of the era, sysVinit; this is still available; antiX 23 also has runit available as an alternative; that is what I am currently using.
    Posted 09-04-2023 at 02:20 PM by masinick masinick is offline


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