Awesome! I'm totally trying that this weekend :-)
On 25 August 2011 16:19, Frank Duignan <frank.duignan at gmail.com> wrote:
> For those who like a bit of nostalgia, I dug out an old slackware
> (kernel 2.0) virtual machine (qemu/kvm) that I put together a while a
> NOTE: THIS IS A TOTALLY OUT OF DATE AND HENCE INSECURE SYSTEM!!! USE
> FOR NOSTALGIA PURPOSES ONLY! :)
> requirements: qemu
> Notes for those who have never used a command line login:
> Untar (it puts everything in a directory called oldslack - go there)
> run start.sh to start the system
> login as root (no password)
> Text login initially
> type 'startx' to run X
> The window manager is fvwm95
> click left mouse button on desktop background for menu.
> Netscape is there and is usable (though presumably full of security holes)
> To shut down cleanly, exit X and type
> shutdown -h now
> /etc/resolv.conf has google's dns 126.96.36.199 hard coded in.
>> Have fun.
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