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Sorry for the noob question. But I noticed 3 and 4 were labled 'source' and I didnt know if I wanted that or not for a regular install. I probably ...
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    So I need all 4 CDs?


    Sorry for the noob question. But I noticed 3 and 4 were labled 'source' and I didnt know if I wanted that or not for a regular install. I probably do.

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    not just to install no
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    And if you don't want to use Gnome or KDE, all you need is disc one...
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    Disc 1: Everything but KDE and GNOME
    Disc 2: KDE and GNOME
    Disc 3 & 4: Extras like a book. I cant remember all of em.

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    disc 3 + 4 are sources for all the pkgs, and the outdated slackbook

    you want the new slackbook from www.slackbook.org

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