Does Slackware still matter?

Posted by bstadil on Oct 29, 2005 3:55 PM EDT
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Although Slackware was THE distro in the mid-90s , at the present time it has conceded the corporate market (but of course Linux is not about market share, the Slackware zealots always remind me!) to Red Hat and SUSE, and the rest of the market to the many Debian derivatives, with the result that Slackware is now just a niche distro used by a very small minority of Linux users.

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yes, slackware still matters! tuxchick 0 668 Oct 29, 2005 4:30 PM

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