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post #11 of 66
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Originally Posted by mariogreymist View Post
Installing wine section is nice...could someone add to it "installing Wine in Slackware"?
Give me a few hours to install Slack and monkey around until I figure it out, then I'll gladly add it.
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post #12 of 66
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Give me a few hours to install Slack and monkey around until I figure it out, then I'll gladly add it.
Thanks in advance Chipp. You rock!
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post #13 of 66
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Originally Posted by kc-tr View Post
bump for edit..

http://www.overclock.net/servers/186...in-ubuntu.html



Have you tried apt-get or aptitude. Also if not have you checked to see if you have the Synaptic Package Manager installed? If so find yum or apt in there install it , then use the command line.
Thanks man, I will be sure to check it out tonight. I did load the most inclusive offering in the install process, but I still have 4 CDs of stuff here. It would not shock me at all to discover I have it somewhere.
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okay .. here is my request and the only reason i dont write it is i havnt successfully installed it yet.. but i want a step by step faq on how to install a grub splash image ...
    
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okay .. here is my request and the only reason i dont write it is i havnt successfully installed it yet.. but i want a step by step faq on how to install a grub splash image ...
Interesting, I have never bothered because I'd rather just go straight into Linux but I will research this topic.. might have to do with the BIOS I know that Open Suse 10.1 had a grub splash image..

Also, I am working on a quick tutorial on installing skins and such into the XFCE window system
    
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I am writing one up on how to compile a new kernel (vanallia).

Slackware doesn't use yum, it still uses the old tgz tools (installpkg, removepkg, ect).
However you can install any package manager to any distro (its just not always a good idea, b/c all are layed out slightly different (configuration files that is)).
You can install the SMART package manager though for slackware, Its arguble just as good as APT.
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post #17 of 66
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I am writing one up on how to compile a new kernel (vanallia).
Sounds good.
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Slackware doesn't use yum, it still uses the old tgz tools (installpkg, removepkg, ect).
Knew that.
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However you can install any package manager to any distro (its just not always a good idea, b/c all are layed out slightly different (configuration files that is)).
Knew that.
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You can install the SMART package manager though for slackware, Its arguble just as good as APT.
Was pleasently enlightened by that. I added it to the Slack section of the guide.

I wonder if he have enough Gentoo users here to make a Portage guide worthwhile.
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post #18 of 66
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Dual Monitor Setup How-to
Installing Wine in Slackware
Use a GRUB Splash Image
The Installing Wine in Slackware has been covered and you can find it in Chipp's guide on installing Wine.
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post #19 of 66
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The Installing Wine in Slackware has been covered and you can find it in Chipp's guide on installing Wine.
I thought that maybe apt/yum didn't apply for slackware cuz the requester knew that there is a wine install guide
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post #20 of 66
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I thought that maybe apt/yum didn't apply for slackware cuz the requester knew that there is a wine install guide
Yeah, but since then the Slackware section has been added.
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