Erik
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Wed Dec 11, 2019 2:20am
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I remember doing almost the same thing but on a random old Sparc station I had floating around. Took forever to get X windows installed... got it working then messed with something and broke it and never got it to come back up again.

I think it was g++ you had to build of gcc for slackware but my memory might be failing me...

    • Me too, it was just so hard to do anything. - Puckdropper, Mon Dec 02 2019 5:48pm
      I think I may not of even had gcc installed--having to build it from scratch. Or maybe it was g++??? I do remember trying to load Xwindows on a 386. I left, went away for 2 hours for dinner and finally, finally, got a X-shaped mouse cursor to appear.
      • Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeesssssssssssssssssssss- Erik, Wed Dec 11 2019 2:20am
        • That kind of junk kept me on Windows for years. - Puckdropper, Wed Dec 11 2019 12:20pm
          It's cool to forge your own hammer head, but doing it bare handed with no other hammers at all in which to beat your steel? Then even things like Debian on iBook: The clock is off, would you like to screw up your OS?
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