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Slackware Noob
Subject: Slackware Noob
Author: Knowledge    Posted: 2004-09-22 08:30:16    Length: 348 byte(s)
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I am installing Slackware 10.0 as I am typing this and am wondering if anyone knows af any good Slackware guides, Ebooks, Tuts, ext....  I just got a free computer, which is pretty old...was running 98 and only has a 7 GB HD and would like to set it up as a ftp and web server to host my files and web site. Any help/ideas welcome.....Thanks.
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Subject: Slackware Noob
Author: heema    Posted: 2004-09-22 18:01:27    Length: 173 byte(s)
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check this site out , it will make slack a whole lot easier

http://shilo.is-a-geek.com/slack/
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Subject: Slackware Noob
Author: LinuxBox420    Posted: 2005-01-27 03:52:29    Length: 150 byte(s)
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Reading this book on Slackwares site might help you out...

Slackware book
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Little Slack site I've been working on for shits and giggles...
www.thelinuxbox420.com
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Subject: Slackware Noob
Author: SuseUX    Posted: 2005-01-27 13:12:24    Length: 167 byte(s)
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The SLACKWARE website :-) , remember that slackware is more for the experienced and traditional linux user.
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Subject: Slackware Noob
Author: LinuxBox420    Posted: 2005-01-27 13:22:48    Length: 560 byte(s)
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remember that slackware is more for the experienced and traditional linux user.


I disagree. It's an awesome learning tool for a newbie. It's deffenitly not for your lazy newbie though. cool.gif  
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Little Slack site I've been working on for shits and giggles...
www.thelinuxbox420.com
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