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talk:slackware:slackware [2012/08/21 20:17 (UTC)]
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talk:slackware:slackware [2018/09/21 15:59 (UTC)] (current)
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 +==== Update mentioned libc and linux (kernel) versions ====
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 Well, I'm reading ''​It'​s currently based around the 2.6 Linux kernel series and the GNU C Library version 2.7 (libc6)''​. Well, I'm reading ''​It'​s currently based around the 2.6 Linux kernel series and the GNU C Library version 2.7 (libc6)''​.
  
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 That's an exemple to understand how process. That's an exemple to understand how process.
  
 +> Second that. It's glibc 2.23 and linux 4.4 in the stable version right now.  --- //​[[wiki:​user:​j12i|j12i]] 2018/09/21 15:58 (UTC)//
  
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-In the //Slackware Philosophy//​ section ​is reads ...+The //Slackware Philosophy//​ section reads ...
  
 "​**We** have always considered simplicity and stability paramount, and as a result Slackware has become one of the most popular, stable, and friendly distributions available."​ "​**We** have always considered simplicity and stability paramount, and as a result Slackware has become one of the most popular, stable, and friendly distributions available."​
  
-Should the word "​We"​ be used?  Is the author of the article speaking for Slackware? If it's a quote is should be shown to be a quote. ​ - TracyTiger (Aug 21, 2012)+Should the word "​We"​ be used?  Is the author of the article speaking for Slackware? If it's a quote it should be shown to be a quote. 
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 + - TracyTiger (Aug 21, 2012) 
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 +  - I second TracyTiger on the use of the word "​we"​.  
 +  - "​Slackware Linux can run on 486 systems"​. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think this is not true anymore. Please check (my oldest PC around here is a battered first generation PIV). 
 +Niki Kovacs - Sat Aug 25 07:45:36 CEST 2012
  
  

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