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SlackEX Distro Lets You Run Slackware 14.1 with Linux Kernel 4.0.4 and KDE ... Softpedia News
SlackEX Distro Lets You Run Slackware 14.1 with Linux Kernel 4.0.4 and KDE ... Softpedia News Softpedia NewsSlackEX Distro Lets You Run Slackware 14.1 with Linux Kernel 4.0.4 and KDE Softpedia NewsArne Exton, the creator of numerous GNU/Linux distributions, had the pleasure of informing Softpedia the other day about the immediate availability for download of a new build for his SlackEX 14.1 Linux distribution based on Slackware 64-bit. The most 

ConnochaetOS GNU/Linux 14.1 Is Based on Slackware and Kernel Libre 3.10.77 Softpedia News (blog)
ConnochaetOS GNU/Linux 14.1 Is Based on Slackware and Kernel Libre 3.10.77 Softpedia News (blog) Softpedia News (blog)ConnochaetOS GNU/Linux 14.1 Is Based on Slackware and Kernel Libre 3.10.77Softpedia News (blog)On May 12, Henry Jensen announced the immediate availability for download of the ConnochaetOS GNU/Linux 14.1 operating system based on the well-known Slackware and Salix OS projects. The fact of the matter is that ConnochaetOS GNU/Linux is a 

You Should Not be Afraid of Arch Linux, Here's Why Updated Softpedia News
You Should Not be Afraid of Arch Linux, Here's Why Updated Softpedia News Softpedia NewsYou Should Not be Afraid of Arch Linux, Here's Why - UpdatedSoftpedia NewsFor example, Red Hat and Fedora use the same installer, all Ubuntu-based OSes use the same installer, Slackware-based distributions also have the same text-mode installer. Arch Linux, on the other hand, has a different installation process, which is

Simplicity Linux Makes Good on Its Easy-Peasy Promise LinuxInsider.com
Simplicity Linux Makes Good on Its Easy-Peasy Promise LinuxInsider.com LinuxInsider.comSimplicity Linux Makes Good on Its Easy-Peasy PromiseLinuxInsider.comThe package manager lets you add packages from both the Slackware and Puppy repositories. The installer lacks any built-in tools for hard drive partitioning, so you will have to manually do that with gParted and a boot manager if you want to share the

Debian 8: Linux's most reliable distro makes its biggest change since 1993 Ars Technica
Debian 8: Linux's most reliable distro makes its biggest change since 1993 Ars Technica Ars TechnicaDebian 8: Linux's most reliable distro makes its biggest change since 1993Ars TechnicaThere are quite a few init systems out there, but most Linux distros (Slackware and Gentoo being notable exceptions) have been using SystemV. SystemV is outdated and riddled with crufty, often no longer needed code. It's long overdue for a replacement.