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I am in the midst of choosing a distro to go with, I am a new Linux user, and from everything i have read Slack is where I want to ...
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- 05-12-2005 #1
Excited to Slack!
- 05-12-2005 #2
Welcome aboard the slacker trail. I personally am glad to see more slackers joining. This a great community and I am sure you will like slackware a lot once you get it dialed in. The road to get there is bumpy at times but once you are there it is smooth sailing
MikeSome people have told me they don't think a fat penguin really embodies the grace of Linux, which just tells me they have never seen a angry penguin charging at them in excess of 100mph. They'd be a lot more careful about what they say if they had.
-- Linus Torvalds
- 05-12-2005 #3
Holy CoW!! 4 discs I had no idea it was soo big. Why is it soo much bigger than others that I have looked at, is it that it comes with many apps already installed or what?
- 05-12-2005 #4
When I installed Slack, I only used the first two discs.
And I don't have any problem with Slack.
- 05-13-2005 #5
- 05-13-2005 #6
that is fabulous news as I am in the middle of DLing 3 and 4 and it has stalled =\ glad you told me so i can just cut it and forget it =D
- 05-13-2005 #7
- Join Date
- Mar 2005
You only need the first disk to install Slack. 2nd disc if you want KDE and Gnome, of course you may as well not install Gnome since it won't be included in future Slackware releases.
- 05-14-2005 #8
- 05-14-2005 #9
Oh no I installed slack and lilo, when i booted slack for the first time it asked me for my darkstar login. I have no idea wth that is!! I never set that up. I tried not entering anything and that didnt work. this is slack 10.1 btw. I hope someone can help.
- 05-14-2005 #10
Just login as root, no password.
To set a root password, doCode:
useradd or adduser
Then to create a password for that user, doCode: