Originally Posted by TobiSGD
If you consider LFS as an option, it would be interesting to know why you have chosen Slackware as the base for your project, not something with a fully scriptable installer like Debian.
1- my favorite distro
2- It is not a superficial distro, it is still a solid Linux, yet very simple.
3- Debian is good for sure, specially their repositories are more than awesome, but is very dependent of apt-get, not for me.
4- Almost every second distro is Debian/Ubuntu...
5- Slackware may scares at the first look, but is a very well maintained system. And now it proves again to be very well updated.
6- On Slackware you have more control of the system than in many other distribution.
I'm also thinking of Gentoo, it is quite good too.
The problem is: I am not strong in programming yet, in my career life, I'm facing more and more Windows
, it is hard for me to accomplish some tasks at the moment, but I want to move forward, I learned a lot lately and I really want to keep going with Linux, I used it before red hat 5.5, my first contact with Linux then I got Slackware 10 and loved it, i tried Ubuntu and SUSE, but always came back to Slackware... I feel comfortable with it, I got used to compile stuffs.
Now I'm thinking of a Distro but I have poor idea where to start.