SlackEX 14.1 64 bit uses kernel 4.1.1-x86_64-exton and KDE 4.10.5. SlackEX is based on Slackware 14.1, released 131107. The Nvidia Graphic driver 352.21, VirtualBox 4.3.28 and Google Chrome (for Netflix) are pre-installed.
INSTALL TO HARD DRIVE
The system can easily be installed to hard drive (during a live session) using a setup program/script. You can then use Grub2 as bootloader if you want.
SlackEX can be installed to a USB stick in Windows 7/8/10 or in a Linux system. Instruction: http://slackex.exton.net/slackex-14.1-usb.html
Almost all Slackware 14.1 standard packages are preinstalled in SlackEX 14.1. Also VirtualBox 4.3.28 (so that you can run Windows 10 in SlackEX if you feel like it). Study the full package LIST: http://slackex.exton.net/slackex-14.1-installed-packages-150708.txt
When you have installed SlackEX on a USB stick all system changes (made by you) will be saved directly (automatically) to the stick. Persistence!
- Based on Slackware 14.1 64 bit, released 131107
- AbiWord 2.8.6
- Kernel 4.1.1-x86_64-exton
- GCC 4.8.2
- Firefox 31.7
- Thunderbird 31.6
- KDE 4.10.5 (as in Slackware 14.1 original)
- 64 bit
- GSlapt 0.5.3h
- GParted 0.17.0
- Live installer
- Saves your system changes on a USB stick automatically
- Wicd instead of NetworkManager. (Wicd works better!)
- VirtualBox 4.3.28 (so that you can run Windows 10 in SlackEX)
- Sudo and kdesu
- Gimp 2.8.10 (installed from source)
- Google Chrome (for Netflix)
- Nvidia's proprietary driver 352.21 is installed
Easy for use.