Slackware Linux - Less is more

Posted by zigzag on Jan 19, 2010 7:20 PM EDT
IT Pro; By Richard Hillesley
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Slackware is the most stripped down and UNIX-like of Linux distributions and is designed to be a workhorse for developers or sysadmins, who do not want "to be met with GUI greeters, setup wizards, beginner-oriented defaults, and enabled-by-default automatic updates."

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Viva le Slack! phsolide 14 2,752 Jan 22, 2010 8:40 PM

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