Slackware is the longest-running distribution of the Linux operating system. Slackware offers a stable and secure version of Linux that is perfect for home, office, or educational use. Slackware is easy for beginners to install, but contains all the advanced features required by the experienced UNIX power-user.
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Release Notes: This version runs the 3.10.17 version of the Linux kernel and brings many updates and enhancements, among which you'll find two of the most advanced desktop environments available today: Xfce 4.10.1 and KDE 4.10.5. System binaries are linked with the GNU C Library, version 2.17. This release installs gcc-4.8.2 as the default compiler and includes LLVM and Clang. There are new development tools, including Perl 5.18.1, Python 2.7.5, Ruby 1.9.3-p448, graphical tools like Qt designer, and KDevelop, and much more. The x86_64 version supports installation and booting on machines using UEFI firmware.
Release Notes: This version includes the long term supported 3.2.29 Linux kernel, KDE 4.8.5, Xfce 4.10.0, LLVM/clang 3.0, and NetworkManager for easy setup and management of wired and wireless networking.
Release Notes: This version includes version 220.127.116.11 of the Linux kernel, Firefox 4.0, KDE 4.5.5, Xfce 4.6.2, and updated versions of the Slackware package management tools. The Slackware installer has been improved.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: Among the many program updates and distribution enhancements, you'll find better support for RAID, LVM, and cryptsetup; a network capable (FTP and HTTP, not only NFS) installer; and the inclusion of Xfce 4.4.2 and KDE 3.5.9.