Slackware Linux Review
Posted on: 12/04/2002 12:29 PM

Saw over OSNews that UnixReview has published a review on Slackware Linux

Slackware 8.1 is a four-disk set. The first disk in the set is the only one you really, absolutely need to install Linux. The second CD is a live filesystem CD that can be used to boot into Linux without installation. Disks three and four contain source code and the "contribs" — software that's not part of the main distribution, but that you might want anyway. For example, on disk four you'll find the JRE, sgml-tools, CUPS, software for ham radio enthusiasts, and some other goodies.


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