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Thoughts on Freenix64-15.0 [message #35] Thu, 07 June 2018 12:03 Go to next message
aryr100 is currently offline  aryr100
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Now that the name has moved away from FreeSlack, any thoughts on some changes for the 15.0 release?
Possible only using KDE or Mate for DE?
Only including desktop software i.e. from the server software?
Or just continuing as a stock Slackware release, removing non-free software and blobs?
Re: Thoughts on Freenix64-15.0 [message #37 is a reply to message #35] Tue, 10 July 2018 15:21 Go to previous messageGo to next message
connie is currently offline  connie
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Even if there was a good reason to do this, I personally lack in both time and expertise to tinker with the software selections. We started this project because we were basically satisfied with Slackware in every major way except for the nonfree blob part, and for me at least, that hasn't changed. We do, however, provide a binary repo and an in-house installer (freepkg) which is entirely over and beyond the full install of Slackware. I am planning on polishing that some more and including it into slackpkg package in $NEXT_RELEASE. We also have our work cut out for us in the re-branding department Smile
Re: Thoughts on Freenix64-15.0 [message #40 is a reply to message #37] Fri, 13 July 2018 19:00 Go to previous message
aryr100 is currently offline  aryr100
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Thx for the reply
I myself have been using Slackware sense 11.0, but I only use it on my personal computers, not having a need for server packages.
Having said that Slackware has always been my favorite.
Can't wait for the new release to load on my libreboot X200 Razz
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