April 12th, 2005, 06:25 AM
The idea of this post is to get more information about Slackware on AntiOnline. A lot of posts are here now that lead to help information, and I wrote tutorials and try to make them very simple so people can use Slackware easier, but sometimes that isn't enough.
If anyone can add to this, please do. I know there are more Slackware people here, and I think there should be something for newbies to help them with common issues. My tutorials aren't the only thing they need, there is a lot more.
I have a link to the Slackware store because I have used it to buy things and I think it's great. I can stand up and say that it isn't anything to scoff at and it does send you everything on time. I can take pics if you want and show the things I bought from there.
If you're good with Slackware and maybe with Free BSD, join me here:
We are posting all of "The Free BSD documentation project" stuff over for Slackware and anyone who wants to can help out:
Links to help you learn about Slackware:
This one is somewhat dated but has a lot of stuff you may find useful:
A look at 10:
Slack Net BSD pkgsrc :
Security in Slackware:
A great tool I recommend for anyone:
Getting packs without Swaret:
This should be self explained here, but it's a GREAT site I found today:
April 12th, 2005, 09:17 AM
This is a site that I found to be help full. ( I'm still a Slackware newbie ... )
How To Index
Some of these are dated but should be enough to get you going in the right direction.
April 12th, 2005, 09:24 AM
http://www.slackware.org/support/ < --- technical support ... has phone numbers you can ring to talk to people
http://www.slackware.org/security/ < --- slackware security advisories
http://www.slackware.org/contact/ < --- ways of contacting slackware.com for help
http://www.slackware.org/install/ <--- slackware linux installation help (as well as gore's tutorials of course )
these are just a few places of help from www.slackware.org