Slackware is one of the first Linux distros, systems like it don't "get old", become "classic", and that's what the "Long Life to Slackware" Mini Documentary will show you.
No doubt Slackware has lost some of its popularity over time, but its community, passionate about the design and the way the system works, keeps the distro firm and strong.
Amidst several myths and historical curiosities, Jefferson Rocha (SlackJeff) tells us the origins of the operating system and comments on some of Slackware's key features in this short but very entertaining and informative documentary produced in conjunction with Paulo Siqueira (Screenplay), Anderson Carneiro (Cmera) and Caio Fernando (Edio).
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