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    Slax remastering help


    Is there a limit on the amount of modules used and the amount of extras on the Slax cd and also I renamed a tar.gz as .tgz which in turn is a .mo and is included on the Slax.The file was ntfsresize version 1.11.1 which I downloaded was a tar.gz then did the above steps.The cd also runs in ram is there I way I could make it so it doesn't do this.The program I am using is MySLAX Creator.
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    I have these modules on it

    Thunderbird_1_0_6.mo
    The_Gimp_2_2_8.mo
    Firefox_1_0_6.mo
    Frozen_Bubble_1_0_0.mo
    Gaim_1_4_0.mo
    Azureus_2_3_0_4.mo
    aMule_2_0_3.mo
    K3B_0_12_90.mo
    Xine_Lib_1_0_1.mo
    Audacity_1_2_3.mo
    LBreakout2_2_5_2-3.mo
    VLC_Media_Player_VLC_0_8_2.mo
    RPM_4_2_1.mo
    xmms_1_2_10_2005_may_cvs_.mo
    Xine_UI_0_99_3.mo
    Kaffeine_0_6.mo
    smpeg_0_4_3_0_4_3.mo
    Glib2_2_6_5.mo
    Libvorbis_1_1_1.mo
    Macromedia_Flash_Plugin_for_Firefox_1_04_7.mo
    GQview_2_0_1.mo
    TightVNC_1_2_9.mo
    LinNeighborhood_0_6_5.mo
    QTParted_0_4_4-1.mo
    KTorrent_1_1dev.mo
    Rar_3_5_beta_5.mo
    slapt_get_1_9_10_1_9_10.mo
    Linspire_Clear_1_11.mo
    Royale_1_0.mo
    Libogg_1_1_2.mo
    SUSE_WinDeco_9_3.mo
    kbfx_0_4_5.mo
    IceBreaker_1_2_1.mo
    ntfsprogs-1.11.1.mo
    mountextra.mo
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