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#44246 - 11/29/07 06:36 AM Slackware
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So I never really dabbled to much in Linux, usually just ScoUnix for me at work, but I decided to finally install Slackware as a dual boot on my desktop, I'm liking it so far, anyone have any opinions on Slackware 12.0 ? I'm still trying to optimize it a bit, I see a lot of errors when I boot up the system but have not quite figured out how to view the information that appears during boot up after I'm logged in, any suggestions would be great.

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#44248 - 11/29/07 06:55 AM Re: Slackware [Re: HighLander]
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I'm more of a CentOS guy now myself, but I used to love slack ;)... Though that was a long long time ago...
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#45184 - 03/19/08 04:42 AM Re: Slackware [Re: Gremelin]
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I used slackware up until i think 8.1. It was the first distro that i really liked and used a lot. Now I use Gentoo, which I love..despite the fact that lots of people claim that it's a dying distro and it's portage is broken. i mean...so? anyway, 'dmesg' is your friend. it just outputs the last several lines from i believe the system log located in /var/logs or something along those lines. lots of interesting boot information in there.//

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