This area is intended to be useful to those starting out with Slackware Linux
although many of the scripts themselves will be useful for any *nix system
. check out /usr/local/bin
Many say that
Slack is "the most UNIX-Like of the Linux", but to me it just felt right. Everything lives
where it should be, and the configuration is pretty much all plain text files, with none of
that fancy configuration script nonesense that is common with so many Linux.
Here you can check out loads of real Slackware scripts (from my wee Toshiba Laptop, in fact),
arranged by their real
location, the goal being to create the kind of collection of
working examples I wish *I'd* had access to when I was starting with Slackware!
I'll be adding stuff slowly, over time. Check back again soon!