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Hello everyone! Slamd64 is good ,but BlueWhite64 is here and stays almost perfectly in sync with Slackware. There is usually about a 1 day's difference in time. I myself have ...
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    Slackware 64-bit anyone??


    Hello everyone! Slamd64 is good ,but BlueWhite64 is here and stays almost perfectly in sync with Slackware. There is usually about a 1 day's difference in time. I myself have personally tested and loved it. I can now be a loyal slackware user with 64-bit packages and use the full potential of my Computer!! I think you should give it a try!! www.bluewhite64.com

    just so you know BlueWhite64 isn't slackware, it is slackware based. It is it's own distribution. But is really just slackware on 64-bit power boosters!

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    thank you darksurf
    yes i like slackware and i would realy like to try BlueWhite64......the problem is i have an realy old 32bit machine
    thanks for info anyway

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