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    Would you at least read some of the slackbook?

    It'll help, I promise.

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    i've read a little, how else do you think i knew how to make packages or give rights :P

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    it should have been i486 not i386...that was the error i found out

    how can i find my slack version from terminal?

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    that, i486 or i386 makes no difference to wether it should run or not, believe me.

    and

    Code:
    cat /etc/slackware-version
    will show you your slack version

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    Thanks, just found out :P
    Good old google

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    If i upgrade my packages with slapt-get , thy go from i386 or i486 to i686...does a i686 work on a P4-2.02 Ghz?

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    Considering the P4 is classed as 686 architecture still, yes

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    What package manager do you reccomand?
    I have slapt-get but it is downloading very slow the updates from that ftp from slackware, and i have a very good conection...

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    I don't use slapt-get or swaret.

    I believe the essence of slackware is to do it yourself.

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    I have installed the clamav package...but i can't run it?
    if i try from run command -->nothing
    whereis --> clamav: /usr/src/slackbuilds/clamav /usr/include/clamav.h but nothing to run from there..not even in /usr/local/bin

    how can i use it?run it?

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