Linked by Marc A. Mironescu on Mon 31st Mar 2003 17:18 UTC
Slackware, Slax Slackware is the oldest surviving Linux distribution out there. For those who believe that Slackware was the first Linux distribution I have news, because SLS was before Slackware, but that is another story. It is the most *NIX like distribution and has borrowed many of the things we can find in BSD *NIX. Here is a mini-review of their latest release, 9.0.
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Slackware 9 (mini review)
by n0dez on Mon 31st Mar 2003 18:57 UTC

Nice minireview!

About this:

>The program looks a little like the install from Free BSD, >but it is very intuitive, although text based. Many users get >scared when they see text based installers and very often >they don't take a Linux distribution into consideration only >because of this particular reason.

Yeah, you're right, many people don't take a distro into consideration just because of its text-based installer.

Slackware runs pretty fast and eats little resources. I also like Red Hat Linux. Both of them are my favorites. ;)


n0dez