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    Slackware

    My pleasure; it's how we all learn together. I've been messing with slack on the server side for years, but have only recently started using it for desktops, and I'm learning a ton myself. [sidebar: just looked at your profile. I'll see your C64, and raise you my VIC-20!)
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    Slackware

    Thanks for the welcome! Found your post in a google search, and noticed that it was really fresh, so I thought I'd chime in. As for sbopkg: it's a package manager that creates slackware packages. After it syncs with the SlackBuilds.Org database (sbopkg -r), simply search for the package(s)...
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    Slackware

    Approximately forever, it feels like. Came over to slack after having issues with Red Hat 6(!), and never looked back. What started as a "fun" side project turned into (currently) two router firewalls, a media server, and the laptop I'm on right now. I, too, was raised on CLI (DOS 6.22, anyone?)...
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    Slackware

    Slackware user here. May I ask why you're using 14.1 and not the latest 14.2 release? Also, sbopkg can make things like installing vlc much easier.
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