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[ale] slackware, the most...LINUX-like?



On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 7:10 PM, Paul Cartwright <ale at pcartwright.com> wrote:

> On Wed June 2 2010, Chuck Payne wrote:
> > I still use slackware, but it with topologilinux, it base on Slackware
> 12,
> > the reasons is because it uses co-linux runs on top of Windows. It's
> great
> > distro.
> >
> > http://www.topologilinux.com/
>
> Topologilinux is a free Linuxdistribution to be run on top or inside your
> existing windows system. The main thing with Topologilinux is that it does
> not
> require any partitioning at all. (uses a single file as linux root system)
> Topologilinux is therefore very easy to install.
>
>
> so, you want me to use a linux distro that is a SINGLE FILE, on an existing
> WINDOWS OS??? gee, let me defrag that :)
>
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Yup, that is why I use. I can't shrink my work computer drive. I guess I
could use wubi, but I love that I can run linux on top of windows. Plus, it
my first distro. I started with Slackware 96. I still have a ton of the
walnut creek CD. If it wasn't for my buying Slackware 96 book and destorying
my built pc trying to install and being hard headed until I got install, I
would not love it as much as I do today.

Oh, I loose my ambassadorship is I didn't state, that once upon a time use
the same disc set for slackware, as SuSE was base on it.

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