Slowly the realisation has dawned on me that that CD slightly to my right and
labelled Slackware 4.0 might, just possibly, in fact contain Slackware 4.0.
It's a binary install disk ( i386 ) only, no source files. But then again,
back then 2 CDs was about all most distributions could muster, wasn't it ?
It's yours if that's what you need, or at least it might cut down what you
need to download.
> Does anybody have the complete Slackware 4.0 disk set, the iso images, or
> disks which I may copy? I need them for a Tiny Linux project.
>>> -=Sean Edwards=-
>cybersean3000 at yahoo.com>
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