Quoting Frank Duignan (frank.duignan at gmail.com):
> I think it was that one for me too and I had the same problems: not
> quite compatible sound card (windows sound system?) and I had to copy
> to floppies first before doing an install as the CD drive was not
> recognized. I think the hostname was 'darkstar' by default.
So it was.
FWIW, at first (1993) I used H.J. Liu's root/boot floppy images at the
tsx-11.mit.edu ftp site, because I hadn't yet heard about either SLS or
Slackware -- and then compiled everything else. Fetching source code by
walking through the snow, uphill both ways. And you were _grateful_. ;->
Cheers, Q: Why did Douglas Hofstadter cross the road?
Rick Moen A: To make this joke possible.
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