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 ====== Sanitizing Slackware ====== ====== Sanitizing Slackware ======
  
-The steps to deblob an existing Slackware installation would be quite easy if not for the necessity to replace the non-free kernel. While the task of rebuilding the kernel is arguably easier in Slackware than in many other GNU/Linux distributions,​ it is not for beginners. If you don't feel like learning to build the kernel, feel welcome to use our [[free repository]] to obtain binary kernel packages. As a middle ground, you can use our [[http://www.freenix.net/​fxp/​freeslack64-14.2/​source/​fxp/​build/​linux-libre/​|kernel build script]] to make your own packages from [[http://​www.fsfla.org/​ikiwiki/​selibre/​linux-libre/​|Linux-libre]] source.+The steps to deblob an existing Slackware installation would be quite easy if not for the necessity to replace the non-free kernel. While the task of rebuilding the kernel is arguably easier in Slackware than in many other GNU/Linux distributions,​ it is not for beginners. If you don't feel like learning to build the kernel, feel welcome to use our [[free repository]] to obtain binary kernel packages. As a middle ground, you can use our [[https://​freenix.net/​fxp/​freeslack64-14.2/​source/​fxp/​build/​linux-libre/​|kernel build script]] to make your own packages from [[http://​www.fsfla.org/​ikiwiki/​selibre/​linux-libre/​|Linux-libre]] source.
  
 That being said, you can de-blob Slackware in a completely manual fashion by doing this: That being said, you can de-blob Slackware in a completely manual fashion by doing this:
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