Linked by Eugenia Loli on Fri 12th Dec 2003 06:53 UTC
Slackware, Slax "Slackware Linux is not your ordinary Linux distribution. For starters, it rarely figures in news headlines, preferring to keep a low profile instead. Its developers have stubbornly resisted any attempts to make their users' lives easier: the distribution provides no graphical configuration utilities, it's package management does not resolve dependencies and its simple, text-mode installer has undergone very few changes in years. Yet, Slackare Linux remains one of the top 5 Linux distributions in use today. What is the reason for its tight hold on many users?" Read the article at DistroWatch.
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re: Josh
by anyweb on Fri 12th Dec 2003 19:39 UTC

Josh thanks for both the screenshots and the confirmation,

I must say that the screenshots make it look rather KDE'ish (dropline gnome that is), am I mistaken ?

Is that why it is so popular amongst slackware users? why is it not available to redhat ?

nice screenshots though, thanks !