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Announcing Slackware Linux 10.0!

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The first Slackware release of 2004, Slackware Linux 10.0 continues
the more than ten-year Slackware tradition of simplicity, stability,
and security.

Among the many program updates and distribution enhancements, you'll
find two of the most advanced desktop environments available today:
GNOME 2.6.1 (including a collection of pre-compiled GNOME
applications), and KDE 3.2.3, the latest version of the award-winning
K Desktop Environment.  Slackware uses the 2.4.26 kernel bringing you
advanced performance features such as the ReiserFS journaling
filesystem, SCSI and ATA RAID volume support, and kernel support for X
DRI (the Direct Rendering Interface) that brings high-speed hardware
accelerated 3D graphics to Linux.  Additional kernels allow installing
Slackware using any of the journaling filesystems available for Linux,
including ext3, ReiserFS, IBM's JFS, and SGI's XFS.  For those
Slackware users who are anxious to try the new 2.6.x kernel series, it
is fully supported by the system.  A precompiled Linux 2.6.7 kernel,
modules, and source code are provided (along with complete
instructions on how to install the new kernel).

From the beginning, Slackware has offered a stable and secure Linux
distribution for UNIX veterans as well as an easy-to-use system for
beginners.  Slackware includes everything you'll need to run a
powerful server or workstation.  Each Slackware package follows the
setup and installation instructions from its author(s) as closely as
possible, offering you the most stable and easily expandable setup.

Here are some of the advanced features of Slackware 10.0:

- Runs the 2.4.26 version of the Linux kernel from ftp.kernel.org.
  Special kernels were prepared to support hardware such as SCSI
  controllers, USB keyboards and mice, parallel-port IDE devices,
  IBM PS/2 machines with the Microchannel bus, and even speech
  synthesizers providing access to Linux for the visually impaired
  community.  The performance of the 2.4.x kernel series along with
  Slackware's track record of careful attention to system security
  make it the perfect choice for running your production servers.

- As an alternate choice, Slackware 10.0 includes Linux 2.6.7
  source, kernel modules, and binary packages, along with a new
  mkinitrd tool and instructions on using it to install the
  new kernel (see /boot/README.initrd).  When running a 2.6
  kernel, Slackware supports udev.  This is a system for
  creating devices in /dev dynamically, greatly reducing device
  clutter and making it easy to see what devices are actually
  present in the system.

- System binaries are linked with the GNU C Library, version 2.3.2.  
  This version of glibc has been patched to improve compatibility
  with existing binaries.

- X11R6.7.0
  This is the current release of the X.Org Foundation's X Window
  System based on XFree86 4.4.0RC2.  The 6.7.0 version is a new
  release that includes additional hardware support, functional
  enhancements and bug fixes.  Font rendering is improved yet
  again with recent versions of fontconfig and freetype.  Through
  the generosity of Bitstream, Inc., the Vera truetype font family
  is included as well providing pleasing default fonts out of the
  box.
    
- Major enhancements to the printing system include new versions
  of CUPS (1.1.20) and LPRng (3.8.27).  The Ghostscript interpreter
  has been upgraded to ESP Ghostscript version 7.07.1 which offers
  several improvements over the GNU release of Ghostscript, including
  more drivers and better integration with CUPS.  Two IJS servers
  (printer driver suites for Ghostscript) are available in this
  release:  HPIJS, which supports more than 200 HP Inkjet printer
  models (compared with 60 supported in Slackware 9.1), and
  Gimp-Print, offering support for hundreds of printers from Canon,
  Lexmark, HP, Epson, and other manufacturers.

- Installs gcc-3.3.4 as the default C, C++, Objective-C, Fortran-77,
  and Ada 95 compiler.  gcc-3.4.0 is available as an alternate choice.

- Support for fully encrypted network connections with OpenSSL,
  OpenSSH, and GnuPG.

- Apache 1.3.31 web server with Dynamic Shared Object (DSO) support,
  SSL, and PHP.

- PCMCIA, CardBus, and APM support for laptops. (pcmcia-cs-3.2.7).
  Slackware also now includes hotplug support.  This locates and
  configures most hardware automatically as it is added (or removed)
  from the system.  It also loads the kernel modules required by
  sound cards and other hardware at boot time.

- New development tools, including Perl 5.8.4, Python 2.3.4, and
  graphical tools like Qt designer, KDevelop, and Glade.

- Updated versions of the Slackware package management tools make it
  easy to add, remove, upgrade, and make your own Slackware packages.
  Package tracking makes it easy to upgrade from Slackware 9.1 to
  Slackware 10.0 (see UPGRADE.TXT).  The slackpkg tool in /extra can
  also help update from an older version of Slackware to a newer one,
  and keep your Slackware system up to date.  In addition, the new
  slacktrack utility (in extra/) will help you build and maintain
  your own packages.

- Web browsers galore!  Includes Netscape Communicator version 7.1,
  Konqueror 3.2.3, Mozilla 1.7 (with anti-aliased font support
  and built-in junk email filtering), Epiphany 1.2.6, and Galeon
  1.3.15.

- The complete K Desktop Environment (KDE) version 3.2.3, including
  the KOffice productivity suite, networking tools, GUI development
  with KDevelop, multimedia tools, the Konqueror web browser and
  file manager, dozens of games and utilities, international language
  support, and more.

- The GNU Network Object Model Environment (GNOME) version 2.6.1
  (this already includes many of the updates for the upcoming 2.6.2
  release).
    
- A collection of GTK based applications, including abiword-2.0.6,
  gaim-0.78, gimp-2.0.2, gkrellm-2.2.1, gxine-0.3.3, and
  pan-0.14.2.91.

- Large repository of extra software packages compiled and ready to
  run.  This includes various window managers, support for 3Dfx gaming
  cards, OpenMotif-2.2.2, the K3b CD burning application for KDE,
  libsafe (advanced buffer overflow protection for additional
  security), ISDN support, additional 802.11 drivers, and much more
  (see the /extra directory).
  
- Many more improved and upgraded packages than we can list here.  For
  a complete list of core packages in Slackware 10.0, see this file:

    ftp://ftp.slackware.com/pub/slackware/sla....0/PACKAGES.TXT

- Another Slackware exclusive:  Slackware's ZipSlack installation
  option is the fastest, _easiest_ Linux installation ever.  ZipSlack
  provides a basic text-based Linux system as a 45 megabyte ZIP archive.  
  Simply unzip on any FAT or FAT32 partition, edit your boot partition
  in the LINUX.BAT batch file, and you can be running Linux in less
  than five minutes.  The ZipSlack installation includes everything you
  need to network with Linux (including Ethernet, token ring, and
  PPP), and extend the system with additional software packages such as
  X.  A ZipSlack system will even fit on a Zip™ disk, so you can
  carry a personal Linux system with you to run on any PC with a
  Zip™ drive.

    
Downloading Slackware 10.0:
---------------------------

The full version of Slackware Linux 10.0 is available for download from
the central Slackware FTP site hosted by our friends at www.cwo.com:

   ftp://ftp.slackware.com/pub/slackware/slackware-10.0/

The ZipSlack version of Slackware can be downloaded from:

   ftp://ftp.slackware.com/pub/slackware/sla...-10.0/zipslack/

If this site is busy, see the list of official mirror sites here:

   http://slackware.com/getslack/

We will be setting up BitTorrent downloads for the official ISO images.
Stay tuned to http://slackware.com for the latest updates.


Purchasing Slackware on CD-ROM:
-------------------------------

Or, purchase the Slackware Linux 10.0 four CD-ROM set directly from
Slackware Linux, and you'll be helping to support the continued
development of Slackware Linux!  :-)

This is the official release of Slackware on CD-ROM, and has many
enhanced features, including:

-  Easy bootable CD-ROM installation.  If your machine can boot a
    CD-ROM, just boot the first disc to begin the installation process.
-  Fully bootable live rescue CD-ROM -- just boot the second disc and
    run a basic Linux system off the disc, including networking tools.
-  The ZipSlack edition of Slackware Linux 10.0.
-  The source code used to build Slackware Linux 10.0.

The price for the Slackware Linux CD-ROM set is $39.95 plus shipping.

Slackware Linux is also available by subscription.  When we release a
new version of Slackware (which is typically once or twice a year) we
ship it to you and bill your credit card $24.95 plus shipping.  Shipping
is $5 in the USA, Canada, and Mexico for First Class.  Overseas is $9
PER ORDER.  There is an additional $3 COD charge (USA Only).  UPS Blue
Label (2nd day) [USA Only] is $10 PER ORDER, UPS Red Label (next day)
[USA Only] is $15 PER ORDER.  


Ordering Information:
---------------------

   You can order online at the Slackware Linux store:
     http://store.slackware.com

   Order inquiries (including questions about becoming a Slackware
   reseller) may be directed to this address:
     [email protected]
  
   Or, send a check or money order to:

     Slackware Linux, Inc.
     1164 Claremont Drive
     Brentwood, CA 94513
     USA


Have fun! :^)

---
Patrick J. Volkerding    

Visit us on the web at:  http://slackware.com

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Daca il reperati pe vreun ftp din .ro dati de stire.

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Summer's here, and the time is right for a new release of Slackware (so start dancin')! As always, thanks to the many dozens of people who contributed during this development cycle to help make this the best release of Slackware ever.

Highlights of the 10.0 release include GCC 3.3.4 (with GCC 3.4.0 as an alternate in /testing), the Linux 2.4.26 kernel (with Linux 2.6.7 as an alternate choice in /testing), X11R6.7.0 from X.Org, Mozilla 1.7, GNOME 2.6.1, and KDE 3.2.3. Of course, there are many more improvements than can be listed here (considering that the ChangeLog has grown more than 2000 lines since the last release).

http://www.slackware.com

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Hehe :-) Zi de unde il luam!

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http://www.linuxpack...net/mirrors.php
FTP sunsite.pub.ro Romania
asta e pe getslack :)

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Asta stiu, dar la mine nu merge.

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o sa isi revina ... sper.. pana ajung eu acasa :))

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la mine merge de aici: ftp://opensys.linuxpackages.net/pub/Slackware-10.0/
Bafta la download :D

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Am gasit pana la urma pe slack.loginet.ro
Mii de multumiri lui [email protected] de pe linux360 pentru link si generarea iso-urilor. Nu sunt oficiale dar merg muuuult mai bine la download ;-)

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ii multumim si noi :)

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AR MAI FI http://darkstar.ist....kware-10.0-iso/

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Au aparut primele 2 cd-uri oficiale pe ftp.lug.ro

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Eu le iau de aici :

http://slackware.at/...-install-d1.iso
http://slackware.at/...-install-d2.iso

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eu l-am luat de pe torrent

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Tot Direct Connect (DC) este de baza.Multumita unui prieten am reusit si eu sa fac rost de el.Ca prima impresie ,este cel mai bine conceput Slack de pana acum.Nu o sa intru in amanunte, o sa vedeti si voi. Dar sunt 3 chestii pe care nu le inteleg.Prima, din sistem lipsesc comenzile xf86config si xf86conf. Este posibil sa fie o problema cu imaginile CD dar eu ma indoiesc.In fisierul de configurare al lui X, care se numeste altfel decit la vechile versiuni de Xfree, scrie ca fisierul a fost generat cu xf86config ??? Oricum sistemul configureaza automat sistemul video ca vesa framebuffer cu 4Mb ram (driver generic).Am fost nevoit sa editez manual fisierul ala ca sa mearga cu driverul care trebuie (radeon).A doua nelamurire este ca sistemul are kernel 2.4.26 nu 2.6.x Puteau sa te lase sa alegi intre 2.4.26 si 2.6.x Ultima problema este ca nu am reusit sa gasesc in kernel suport pentru placa de sunet Audigy. Aici s-ar putea sa nu stiu eu ce sa caut.Are cineva idee daca exista suport in ultimele kernele 2.4.x pentru Audigy si daca da cum se numeste modulul corespunzator ? In rest este un sistem care ma cucerit de la prima vedere.

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Am citit si eu anuntul oficial de la Slackware si m-am mai lamurit. Exista si kernel 2.6 Chestia este ca alegerea nu a fost implementata si in setup.Oricum nu inteleg chestia cu lipsa comenzii xf86config.Pe mine nu ma deranjaza foarte mult,ma pot descurca si fara ea,dar cu aceasta comanda sunt eu obisnuit sa lucrez in sistemele cu arhitectura BSD

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Ce am gasit enervant la partea de instalare este ca dupa selectarea pachetelor nu face o verificare a spatiului disponibil. Astfel m-am trezit ca nu mai am unde sa pun si ultimele pachete selectate.

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xf86config -  xorgconfig
asta de cand au renuntat la x86

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