S - Stuart Winter Slackware - Linux
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For the past year or
my main computing hobby project has been my unofficial port of Slack
I also developed and
maintain a package building utility, ''slacktrack''
produce Slackware-compliant packages from simple build scripts.
beauties of Slackware’s
packaging system is that its feature set is so minimal yet so effective.
The package files are gzipped tar archives making it easy to
view the contents of
packages using standard tools available in all Linux
The system package database and
package setup scripts are a collection of ASCII
allowing simple shell scripts to
be created that can query and
stored information of
an installed package.
I used to
a number of
the things I would have found most useful would have been pre-installation and
post-removal scripts (
supports post install
remove old config files and
perform some final janitorial work.
If you compare and
package management system against Debian’s and RPM for
there are a great many
are noticably absent from Slackware’s; and for
me personally I can’t say that I miss them!
I hope to
spread some knowledge and
meet fellow Slackware
I hear that Belgium
has some good beer too :-)
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