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    Need a help to put together custom slackware system

    Title may be too confusing, but i explain what i want to do.
    I want to put together slackware based system, witch is best for my system.
    I have 64Mb of ram, processor is intel celeron 533 MHz, and the motherboard is Intel
    CA 810e.
    First of all, I need a slackware distro ( very small).
    Second: need some X ( Xorg or Xfree)
    Third: some lightweight windowmanager (fluxbox or something)
    Fourth: somekind of wireless support for Canyon CN-WF511 (important!)
    and last some other lightweight programs...

    Don't think that i'm building from source, because, i'm not, I want to install all packages to a slackware system.

    I think i write a little bit confusing text, probably my bad english, but i hope that you understand what i'm trying to do.

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    Trusted Penguin Dapper Dan's Avatar
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    Not sure about your network device driver but maybe check out DeLI Linux. It's Slackware based and as you will read from their website, is designed with small lightweight apps in mind on systems with very little RAM.
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    Ty, you saved me from headache (maybe). I searched these types linux distros, but i didn't find anything like that. I think that Deli linux supports wireless cards, because I saw there a package named wireless-tools. I'm downloading it now

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