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SLAX, The Shrunken Slackware

Nov 16, 2007, 10:45 (0 Talkback[s])

"SLAX is a minuscule version of the well-known Slackware Linux distribution. It is a LiveCD operating system that does not need to be installed on a computer's hard drive as it can boot and run from either a USB or a CD drive. There is also an option to run SLAX from RAM. It is now time to take a microscopic look at this tiny distro. But first, some SLAX facts:

"SLAX was originated from the Czech Republic, developed by Tomas Matejicek..."

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