Monthly Archives: October 2006

Thunar SlackBuild

I really like the Thunar file manager, so I decided to make a SlackBuild file for it and its libexo dependancy. The script lets you build against XFCE that comes with Slackware not the 4.4 developement version. These are … Continue reading

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3D-Desktop Howto

Last edited: 10/17/06 This tutorial explains how to install and configure 3D-Desktop, which can be found at To request a tutorial please visit this post. Basic Installation and Configuration The first step to get 3D-Desktop is to make sure … Continue reading

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Suggestions for HOW-TOs?

Post up some suggestions on some HOW-TOs that you guys would like to see here on the Slackware Blog.  If there are some good ones then we will take them and make them a reality!  Let us know!

Posted in Enhance Slackware, How-To, Slackware | 8 Comments

My Friday the 13th

I had a very exciting day today and figured that I would share it with the Slackware community! 🙂  Check out the post on my personal site: Of course, something had to happen on Friday the 13th…ROFL

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Slackware 11.0 & Fluxbox 1.0rc2 Screenshot

screenshot Originally uploaded by youseenothing. I have posted some screenshots of my Triple-Display Slackware 11.0 and Fluxbox 1.0rc2 setup. Just thought that I would share them with the world…Post us some links to your screenshots in your comments!

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Slackware 11 Packages

I have started a repository of the Slackware Packages that I have created.  You can find them here: All of my packages can also be found at

Posted in Enhance Slackware, General, Links, Packages | 2 Comments

Package: xawtv-3.95-i486-1pjb.tgz

xawtv 3.95 xawtv started as TV application for the bttv driver, because the Motif-based “xtvscreen” was the only TV application at this time. Alot has changed since: The xawtv and bttv driver switched over to the video4linux interface. Support for … Continue reading

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