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I just complete download of slackware 10.1 first two cd. Is this possible to install slaclkware 10.1 with simple gui with thi s two cd. Or i have to wait ...
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    Slackware 10.1 install


    I just complete download of slackware 10.1 first two cd. Is this possible to install slaclkware 10.1 with simple gui with thi s two cd. Or i have to wait for rest two cd download?
    Please help me, my download speed is too slow.
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    CDs 3 and 4 contain source, so you don't need those at all for the install. And CD 2 is only needed if you want KDE or GNOME (not just simply gui's).

    If all you want is a simple gui (e.g. fluxbox, blackbox, etc), all you need is the first CD.
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    Ha!!!!!!!!!!! I am now on Slackware 10.1.

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    Yeah, it's a good feeling the first time you boot into a successful install of Slackware.

    Glad you are up and running...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozar
    Yeah, it's a good feeling the first time you boot into a successful install of Slackware.

    Glad you are up and running...
    Thanks.

    I can't belive that, i done this with first try.


    Again thanks to every body (specially slackware user)
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