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    Slackware 13.1 Released!

    http://www.slackware.com/

    Slackware Linux 13.1 has been released

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    Anyone given it a try yet?

    BTW, thanks gore. I'm horrible at keeping up with all these things.

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    I haven't tried yet, but plan to soon. I still have 12.0 on my Server, and I have 13.0 on two of my machines currently.

    It seems to have a lot of the same stuff, but I'm going to probably just put it on my test machine anyway to give it a go.

    I can't keep up with them all either heh. Basically, the 3 or 4 Linux distros I care about, I get email updates for lol.

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    Just waiting for a spare machine to finish formatting, then i'll install and give it a whirl.

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    Would any of you kind gentlemen care to direct me to a site where I can just download the item (not 300 options!) and install it?

    I know how Billy Goat gates wins every time

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    this is from the server in France.. That is pretty close to you Johnno??

    http://ftp.lip6.fr/pub/linux/distrib...nstall-dvd.iso

    from this url
    http://ftp.lip6.fr/pub/linux/distrib...re64-13.1-iso/

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    Cheers mate!...................... 1 hour 28 minutes.............????????????

    It didn't say, but I must be looking at about 3Gigs of content?



    I was looking to try it on the box I built for Win7 beta testing...?



    I shall report back

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    Yep 4.1GB.

    You shouldn't have issues throwing it on that box, if you happen to have issue's let us know.

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    Man, I really need to get a test box. All of the computers I have ended up with some specific purpose, heh. Maybe I can consolidate with virtualization or something and finally have one that I can just mess with. Having a real box to play with just seems better than installing a virtual machine. I don't know what it is...

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