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I'm angry at myself because I don't remember exactly how long, or what pushed me to find Slackware, but it changed my life forever. I started in a VM with Windows XP playing around. This was followed by installing it on laptops; along side my windows desktop, and eventually becoming my main OS. As a geek from a young age playing with legos until now Slackware has easily become one of the most valued tools in my life. There are days when I wake up, and have a huge smile on my face knowing the OS I use does exactly what I want it to do.
Thank You to anyone who continues to support this amazing distro. Patrick Volkerding I cannot thank you enough for the work you do, as it means more to me than my introverted words can explain.
Eric Hameleers, more donations will be coming your away.
Tattoo is maybe a little bit extreme. But hey who am I to judge.
For a while I wore a Cap.
Ever since I installed my first Slackware 10.2, I've only used this distro,
I recently started to use Salix,since I became a little bit lazy.
But Slackware deserves all the credits.