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Information about SLAMPP 1.0

SLAMPP is a Linux distribution which can boot and run directly from a CD-ROM, with possibility to be installed onto hard disk. It is designed to be used as an instant home server. Just like other Linux live CDs, SLAMPP makes it possible to test Linux without messing up the user's existing system. What makes SLAMPP different is the fact that it comes with pre-configured tools and applications that turn a personal computer into a home server. SLAMPP is built using SLAX as its base and Slackware Linux for packages.

Related Links: SLAMPP Live CD Forum, SLAMPP Live CD Reviews, SLAMPP Live CD Screencasts, Official website
Supported Architectures: 386, 486, 586, 686
Related Topics: Live Media, Server

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SLAMPP is a Linux distribution which can boot and run directly from a CD-ROM, with possibility to be installed onto hard disk. It is designed to be used as an instant home server. Just like other Linux live CDs, SLAMPP makes it possible to test Linux without messing up the user's existing system. What makes SLAMPP different is the fact that it comes with pre-configured tools and applications that turn a personal computer into a home server. SLAMPP is built using SLAX as its base and Slackware Linux for packages.


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