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    Check it out:
    http://www.college.ch:16080/linux/mo...rder=0&thold=0

    It's based on Slackware. It sounds like they brought some of the ease of installation and configuration to Slackware.

    Just thought I'd post that.

    Later

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    Speaking of slackware, slackware-current is now slackware-9.0-rc1. There are no iso's, but I'm busy updating my current tree and after some testing I might make an iso available.

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    Lemme know if you do make an iso, I had to format the drive I had Linux on to install Windows for a project. I'd like to install it again.

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    College Linux.
    Making it easier to change your grades.

    :)

    All joking aside, nice work to the team. Should be a good kick-start to many students who want a real go at the world of computing.

    Have they included dropline gnome to the 9.0 rc or just running an unmodded 2.2 build?
    (site & mirrors are getting pretty hammered, cant login to see for myself)

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    Unmodded 2.2, but the latest dropline unofficially supports 9.0 beta and above.

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    Originally posted by FA-MAS
    [B]Lemme know if you do make an iso, I had to format the drive I had Linux on to install Windows for a project. I'd like to install it again.
    I now have a Slackware-9.0-rc1 install ISO if anybody wants to give it a whirl.

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