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I used to use Slackware 11 as my default desotkp.  I've never had much of a problem with the initial setup, but it was kind of a pain to get all the packages and their dependencies that I wanted.  But once that was done, I had a system I didn't have to touch for over a year.  Then Slack 12 arrived and that seemed a bit buggy in places.  So I got lazy and headed over to Zenwalk, a Slack derivitive that works just great out of the box.  Fast, stable, nice package manager (as long as you don't try a full update of all packages, but what's new as far any other Linux distro).Nice review, though.  If you were a Slacker, you'd just be preaching to the choir.  Gotta have outside voices to keep things real.

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I used to use Slackware 11 as my default desotkp. I've never had much of a problem with the initial setup, but it was kind of a pain to get all the packages and their dependencies that I wanted. But once that was done, I had a system I didn't have to touch for over a year. Then Slack 12 arrived and that seemed a bit buggy in places. So I got lazy and headed over to Zenwalk, a Slack derivitive that works just great out of the box. Fast, stable, nice package manager (as long as you don't try a full update of all packages, but what's new as far any other Linux distro).Nice review, though. If you were a Slacker, you'd just be preaching to the choir. Gotta have outside voices to keep things real.