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[HOWTO]Installing Slackware 10.1

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j.r.l.    6

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Dead link :(

Edited by AresXP

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rezza    1

Nice guide (Y)

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markjensen    98

Maybe this will take away some of the concern that people have in installing what is known as "the most Unix-like Linux".

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j.r.l.    6
Maybe this will take away some of the concern that people have in installing what is known as "the most Unix-like Linux".

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Exactly why I decided to write this guide.

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Prosidius    54

I should do a gentoo guide. :)

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Prosidius    54

It would be a stage 3 install. The 1st time I took a look at the guide, I was like o.O.

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kjordan2001    247
I should do a gentoo guide.  :)

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Will it be as good as the one on the Gentoo site though ;)

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AudioDope    0

OMG..excellent tutorial if you wanna call it that.

And liek someone said, yes! we need more for other distro's!

edit: wtf do i have a warn for? [PM sent]

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j.r.l.    6

^^ This isn't really the thread to ask about your warning level. PM a Supervisor please :)

Thanks for your positive comments guys! I might write a guide on Gentoo too. (too too :rofl:)

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-Clark-    0

to add to that for users that have sata drives...when you enter the cd and it boots up, you'll need to use the sata.i kernel image so it'll boot into setup. glad 10.1 came with one, 10.0 was a pain with floppies. :)

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j.r.l.    6
to add to that for users that have sata drives...when you enter the cd and it boots up, you'll need to use the sata.i kernel image so it'll boot into setup. glad 10.1 came with one, 10.0 was a pain with floppies. :)

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Thanks for the notice ace

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kyro    2

slackware is my all time "no-nonsense" linux. :D

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j.r.l.    6
slackware is my all time "no-nonsense" linux. :D

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Hehe, it's awesome :)

It just works lol

One thing I would like to see for Slackware is huge repositories like Debian has... :blush:

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markjensen    98

* thread source issue cleared-up *

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Prometheus    0

Wow lol, even though this was posted a while ago stll helped me to this day.

Good job AresXP.

Keep up the good work :)

- Prometheus

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Vermiis Mysteriis    0
Hehe, it's awesome  :)

It just works lol

One thing I would like to see for Slackware is huge repositories like Debian has...  :blush:

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:yes:

Good guide.

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Prometheus    0

Yup i refure back to this alot!

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