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o 'Click ' (33 Votes)
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o 'Mouse ' (19 Votes)
o 'Mouse (with Auto-raise) ' (13 Votes)
o 'Sloppy ' (23 Votes)
o 'Sloppy (with Auto-raise)' (12 Votes)
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Question: How often do you update your system?
o 'As soon as I see updates are available ' (87 Votes)
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o 'Longer than once a month' (9 Votes)
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Question: Should Slackware include support for flash based FS during setup?
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o 'Undecided' (7 Votes)
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Question: Do you trust 'megatools'? Do you use 'megatools'? Did you install them in *your* computer?
o 'Do not trust them, even it being open sourced on Github (please explain why in a post) ' (1 Votes)
o 'Do not trust them, but eventually use (will explain in a post) ' (0 Votes)
o 'Do not trust them, and never used or installed ' (0 Votes)
o 'Never used them, but I think I will install and eventually use (that is a bit of trust) ' (1 Votes)
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o 'I trust them, is open source! Problems are removed, if any exist. Does not matter if I use or not. ' (0 Votes)
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