The Slack World talks
with Stuart Winter
, a Slackware developer and maintainer of the
ARMedslack project. "I started using Red Hat Linux in 1996 for a few years, but had a shell account on a friend's Slackware box. I started reading the config files and the rc scripts and saw how well they were commented and how clean the system looked. All of my systems were ARM desktops back then, apart from the one PC with Red Hat on it. So I got hold of a 486 and installed Slackware v3.5. I learnt more about Linux in two weeks of using Slackware than two years of using Red Hat-purely because everything had to be done by hand.
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