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Product: Slackware Official 4-CD Set

Slackware is a heavy-duty version of Linux for mid-size businesses and departments, but user-friendly enough for home users. Includes a 36 page installation guide.

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Retail Price: US$ 39.95
Manufacturer: Walnut Creek
Category: LxDistribM
Date Posted: 1997/11/10
Last Update: 1997/11/10
Item Code: N/A
Delivery Method: Stock
Replacement: N/A

Our Price: US$ 34.00
Part#: 00555
Version: 3.4
Classification: D
Shipping Weight: .5 lbs
Dimensions: 5.6" x 4.87" x 0.9"
ISBN-Code: TBD
UPC-Code: TBD
Bundle Contents: N/A

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Product: Slackware 4-CD Set, Further Information

Version 3.4 was released in November 1997.

Prerequisites:

4 to 8 MB RAM, 12 MB hard disk space (40 to 300 MB recommended). An installation with C/C++, development tools, networking, XFree86 v3.3.1, and several applications uses 80MB.

Further Information:

Info World - "Official Slackware Linux turns your machine into a powerful 32-bit multi-tasking workstation."

Develop programs with a full range of software development, text editing, and image processing tools. Play popular games. Connect your machine to the Internet and set up a WWW site, use electronic mail, and read netnews.

Patrick Volkerding, the author of Slackware, authored this CDROM. The first CDROM contains the easy-to-install Linux system (kernel 2.0.30), source code and a live Linux file system. Recompile with complete source code! For the other CDROMs, Patrick carefully selected the best software from Internet Linux archives.

Slackware Linux requires 4-8 MB of memory and 12 MB of hard disk. For better performance, install Slackware Linux to your hard disk using 40 to 300 MB. An installation with C/C++, development tools, networking, the XFree86 X Window System (v. 3.3.1), and several applications uses 80 MB. A fuller installation includes teTeX TeX, GNU C/C++/Objective-C (v. 2.7.2.3), GNU Fortran-77 (v. 0.5.21), Tcl (v. 7.5), Tk (v. 4.1), TclX (v. 7.5.0), make, byacc and GNU bison, flex, the 5.4.33 C libraries, gdb, GNU Common LISP (v. 2.2.2), p2c (Pascal to C), m4, perl (v. 5.004_03), rcs, emacs (v. 19.34), TCP/IP networking, SLIP/PPP, IP accounting and firewalls, kernel Java support and Java SDK, BSD sendmail (v. 8.8.7), cnews, nn, tin, trn, inn, fvwm95-2, XF86Setup, ghostscript, xv (v. 3.10a), GNU chess, xfm (v. 1.3.2), gnuplot, xfractint, the Apache HTTP (WWW) server (v. 1.2.0), and the Arena and Lynx Web browsers.

Slackware Linux is compatible with most Intel hardware & supports most CDROM drives, sound, ethernet, and mice. The advanced 2.0.30 kernel will provide stellar performance on high-end systems, including support for symmetric multi-processing (up to 16 processors), PCI, and special code optimizations for the 486, Pentium, Pentium Pro, and Pentium II.

"Join the hundreds of thousands of other Slackware users around the world who have found a better way to compute! Among the leading Unix (World Wide Web) servers." - PC Magazine


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