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New Slackware PLASMA5 Live ISO (with Plasma 5.9)

To conclude this week’s batch of updates in my repositories I have re-generated the ISO for PLASMA5 Slackware Live Edition – it is based on liveslak 1.1.6.2 and using Slackware-current dated “Mon Feb 13 06:21:22 UTC 2017“. If you already use PLASMA5 Live on a USB stick that you do not want to re-format, you should use the “-r” […]

liveslak 1.1.6 released

It has been a while since I released the last ‘liveslak‘. Usually these releases seem to co-incide with Plasma5 releases in my ‘ktown’ repository. Today is no different, and liveslak 1.1.6 has been released to produce a new set of Live ISO images. You will find the usual versions of Slackware Live Edition based on liveslak 1.1.6 and using Slackware-current […]

New Slackware-current Live ISOs with latest Plasma

I am ready with a new batch of packages for Plasma 5 and to showcase that in a Slackware Live Edition, I stamped a new version on ‘liveslak‘. Version 1.1.5 is ready, again containing only minor tweaks compared to the previous release. I made a set of ISO images for several variants of the 64bit and 32bit versions of […]

Slackware Live Edition

I thought it would be a cool idea to celebrate the “farewell to udev”. With the abandoned ConsoleKit replaced by ConsoleKit2 which is actively maintained by the Slackware-friendly XFCE crew, and Gentoo’s eudev taking the place of udev, we are well equipped to keep systemd out of our distro for a while. Basically eudev contains the […]