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Slax for ARM processors architecture ?

yo2ldk
wrote 2 years ago


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any chance ?

i think will be great for Raspberry Pi for example or others boards like this,
so many people order that kind of systems.
For example, Puppy is there... why not SLAX also?

i hope and vote for this !
 
jcsoh
wrote 2 years ago


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"why not SLAX also?"
If you were to spend a bit of time reading slax's sticky:

Slax development probably restarted!
http://www.slax.org/forum.php?action=view&parentID=79213

and

Slax is probably dead
http://www.slax.org/forum.php?action=view&parentID=79148

"any chance ? "

What do you think ?
 
yo2ldk
wrote 2 years ago


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I read that, of course!
was a rhetorical question, or an incentive not to abandon this great O.S.,
also to give a new direction with the possibilities of application in development boards,
used by students and schools
 
Tomas M
wrote 2 years ago


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I've ordered Raspberry PI board so I'll absolutely want to find out if Slax (or Slackware, in general) can boot there (the ARM version, of course).

yo2ldk, please fix your avatar icon
 
bigfanwithtime
wrote 1 year ago


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What exactly would it take to port Slax to ARM? Or build slax from Slackware ARM.
 
yo2ldk
wrote 1 year ago


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Tomas M wrote:
I've ordered Raspberry PI board so I'll absolutely want to find out if Slax (or Slackware, in general) can boot there (the ARM version, of course).

yo2ldk, please fix your avatar icon


Thank you, Tomas !

now, BEAGLEBONE BLACK is more attractive than RaspberryPi, at same price almoust, with 1Ghz/512Ram/2Gb eMMC
 
tim.vreeland
wrote 258 days ago


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Has there been any progress made getting Slax to run on the Raspberry PI?
I know you can install and run slackware on it now I would love to get Slax on it.
 
Tim.vreeland
wrote 140 days ago


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