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-==== Slackware ==== 
-===== Summary ===== 
-Probably the oldest (by a couple of months) distro still in common use, Slackware still remains largely the work of Patrick J. Volkerding. There was a minor controversy when Gnome was dropped from the latest release, although support for GTK programs was never in doubt.<br><BR>  
-As a result 3rd party Gnome releases for Slackware have flourished:<br> 
-The long-standing Dropline Gnome; and Freerock Gnome/GSB and GWare Gnome seem to be the most popular. 
===== Details ===== ===== Details =====
-Current Version: 10.2<br>+Current Version: 13.0&lt;br&gt;
-Editions: Stable, Current(testing)<br>+Core: kernel version, gcc 4.1.2, glibc 2.9, Apache 2.2.13, XOrg X11 7.4, KDE 4.2.4, and much more.&lt;br&gt;
-Core: kernel version 2.4.31, gcc 3.3.6, glibc 2.3.5, Apache 1.3.33, XOrg X11 6.8.2, KDE 3.4.2 and much more .<br>+Package management system: pkgtool (binary .txz, .tgz)&lt;br&gt;
-Package management system: pkgtool (binary tar.gz)<br>+Price: Free download or 6 CDs at $49.95 or 1 DVD at $59.95&lt;br&gt;
-Price: Free download or 4 CDs at $39.93 or 30.00 EUR.<br>+Website: [ The Slackware Linux Project]&lt;br&gt;
-Website: [ The Slackware Linux Project]<br>+Slackware Manual:
-===== Reviews: ===== +
-this could be a selection of links to reviews of the product.<br>+
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-===== User opinion: ===== +
-Users might like to submit their own experiences of the distro. What they liked, hated and had problems with.<br>+
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-'''Mike Saunders''' I used Slackware for about three years, and only switched to Ubuntu for the gigantic package repositories (essential for finding libraries when writing HotPicks!). (Ubuntu is still great BTW.) Slackware gets out of your way and lets you build up an OS as you please -- not deliberately minimal like LFS, or power-user-focused like Gentoo, but just plain 'vanilla' Linux. Hardly any patches are applied to packages, so you know what you're getting, and the init scripts are refreshingly simple. Slackware is a fine choice if you don't want any distro-specific features and/or bugs getting in your way. Even as primarily the work of one guy, it's still very stable.+
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Current Version: 13.0<br> Core: kernel version, gcc 4.1.2, glibc 2.9, Apache 2.2.13, XOrg X11 7.4, KDE 4.2.4, and much more.<br> Package management system: pkgtool (binary .txz, .tgz)<br> Price: Free download or 6 CDs at $49.95 or 1 DVD at $59.95<br> Website: The Slackware Linux Project (<br> Slackware Manual: