Best Package Management system for Slackware? ( And me? )
Hey all, long time no see.
I have been busy with a lot of stuff.. But I am back here now for a while since I this is just the best Linux forum around..
I am down with a Question now.
I am planning of buying a EEE PC. And I want to Customize it ( Of course )
and I want to get rid of whatever is on it at the moment and turn it in a real me PC. ( Openbox / GNU Screen )
And here is my problem. I wanted to put Gentoo on it. Well Was planning to. But then I thought, If I quickly need a new program I'd be sc*ewed since the Compiling on such a PC would take WAY to long.. So, what I thought of then was Debian. But since you are kind stuck with Debian aswell. Since you cant pick the Compiler Flags I got kind annoyed by it..
So, well what to do now, and then I thought of Slackware.. Well Slackware was a good idea.. But, it doesn't have a Package manager.
But then a friend of mine said there was a Package manager for Slackware that could Compile a Package or Install A BILIARY version of it. And it had package Resolution. So it also downloads all that I need to install it. Or at least tells me it. But then there was a Bummer.. he forgot the name.. So who can help me?