Slackware 10.2 Released

Slackware users rejoice! The long awaited Slackware 10.2 has been released. The official announcement can be read here. You might also want to check out the changelog.

You can get Slackware Linux 10.2 from The Slackware Store (official boxed set), BitTorrent or mirror sites (ISOs).

4 responses to “Slackware 10.2 Released”.

  1. bawangmerah Says:

    woohoo!! just read about it. gonna upgrade this weekend. 🙂

  2. T. Longren Says:

    Slackware Linux 10.2 Released

    Slackware 10.2 has been released. I will probably upgrade to 10.2 sometime this weekend. I know the Dropline guys are hard at work prepping their Gnome 2.12 release for Slackware 10.2. They were expecting Slackware 10.2 to be released right about n…

  3. tyler Says:

    I finally upgraded, on Monday night. I was putting it off because the box I was upgrading runs my website and everything. Was only down for about 2 hours while upgrading. Had a ton of software to compile by hand too. I’m so glad it’s over with. Have you installed yet Azmeen?

  4. Site Admin Azmeen Says:

    I’m always running “current” on my home box… But last week, I had the go ahead from my boss to install Slackware on a “test server” at the office.

    So I burned a copy and installed on that box. I’m trying to convince my boss to install Slackware on our present Samba server. It’s running on Red Hat 9, and you know how Red Hat loves to pull “pay for support” stunts. They fell victim to that and was virtually left stranded (not that we don’t have the money, but there’s no Red Hat corporate presence in Malaysia).

    The thing is, the Samba server is a real big-iron machine. It’s a dual Xeon box, from Dell. I lack experience handling boxes with SCSI hard disks. Furthermore, this is a production server, so I better get my stuff right before touching it, hence, my request for a test server.

    Wish me luck!