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slackware:beginners_guide [2012/11/26 17:37 (UTC)]
alienbob [Watching for Updated Packages] Fixed the example crontab line.
slackware:beginners_guide [2015/12/07 12:46 (UTC)]
sycamorex [Make Slackware Speak your Language] Capital letters for "English"
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 # useradd -m -g users -G wheel,​floppy,​audio,​video,​cdrom,​plugdev,​power,​netdev,​lp,​scanner -s /bin/bash slacker # useradd -m -g users -G wheel,​floppy,​audio,​video,​cdrom,​plugdev,​power,​netdev,​lp,​scanner -s /bin/bash slacker
 </​code>​ Once that’s done you can log in to your user account. \\ Log out of the root account (type ''​logout''​ at the root prompt) and then login using the new account you just created. Now come the really interesting adventures! </​code>​ Once that’s done you can log in to your user account. \\ Log out of the root account (type ''​logout''​ at the root prompt) and then login using the new account you just created. Now come the really interesting adventures!
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 +===== Make Slackware Speak your Language =====
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 +Slackware'​s installer is English-only and it will also assume that English is the language in which you want to be addressed by the programs on your computer. If you are a non-English speaker and want your Slackware system to "​talk"​ to you in your own language, you should check out our instruction article "​[[slackware:​localization|Localization:​ Adapt Slackware to your own Language]]"​
  
  

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