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An Absolute Review

Oct 11, 2007, 12:00 (0 Talkback[s])

"Absolute Linux is a stripped-down version of Slackware. It is made for speed, stability, security, and ease of use and development. Its chief aim is to make installation and maintenance easier than of the original Slackware. Absolute Linux uses the ultra-lightweight IceWM window manager and ROX for handling files.

"Currently, my backup computer has Windows XP and Zenwalk 3.0. I was already looking forward to changing my old Linux partition and at the same time try other distros that would fit to replace Zenwalk..."

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