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Why Slacker ?
wikipedia.org - The term Slacker is used for a person who uses or advocates use of the Slackware distribution of Linux. Ironically, Slackware is widely considered the most technically oriented and UNIX-like distribution, although many also consider it the most stable distribution. This use of "Slack" comes from the Church of the SubGenius. Slackware does fit in with the concept of slacker in that it follows the KISS principle, relying heavily on simple, flexible text scripts rather than fancy yet brittle GUI elements. The Slackware logo is Tux the penguin with a corncob pipe.
Posted : July 9, 2006 - 02:30 AM
Be wary of pop ups or spam with offerings of spyware, adware, and even virus removal. Do NOT subscribe to services of a company that generates the very problem that they claim to resolve.
Posted : July 17, 2002 - 04:34 PM