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Squall 06-06-2004 02:36 PM

Coming back again to slackware
 
A few months ago, I said that I wasn't ready, and that I'd try again in a few months. That time is now, wish me luck, and I'm sure i'll have some more problems for you all to answer :)

187807 06-06-2004 02:45 PM

Welcome back.

Good luck with it.

I agree that it is kind of irresistable to want to run Slackware (for me at least).

dr_van_nostrand 06-06-2004 03:10 PM

I switched back to Slack from Debian yesterday. Debian is probably better but i missed Slack :)

cratos 06-06-2004 03:40 PM

What do you think is better about Debian?

ringwraith 06-06-2004 10:34 PM

I think the obvious thing is apt-get and the huge repository of apps.
But Slackware has its own advantages.... like not overwriting my damn /etc/resolv.conf at every boot.

J.W. 06-07-2004 12:44 PM

If you're looking for apps tailored for Slack, go to www.linuxpackages.net -- J.W.

dr_van_nostrand 06-07-2004 02:18 PM

Mainly the packages, linuxpackages.net is just a fart in the wind compared too Debians repositories.

keefaz 06-07-2004 03:28 PM

As a slackware user I compile 50% of installed program to best suit my cpu/arch optimisation, and I am not alone to feel slackware is free because of its package system compatibility with compiled software.


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