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Hi I normally use sbopkg to install packages on slackware 12.2. Last nigh installed slackware-current on my laptop and got sbo_pkg from their website. Can I use it with 12.2 ...
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    slackware-current + sbopkg


    Hi
    I normally use sbopkg to install packages on slackware 12.2. Last nigh installed slackware-current on my laptop and got sbo_pkg from their website. Can I use it with 12.2 slackbuilds? I can't see the option for slackware-current in its settings. Does it mean that I need to stick to the packages from the 'current' directory on the slackware page only?

    thanks in advance

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    i know that's not the answer for you but
    i use slap-get (gslaptget) to install packages. It can use mirrors from SlackBuilds, Slacky.eu slackware-current, or whatever mirror of slackware you think of.

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    Thanks, but do you use it with 'current'?

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