The Slackware Linux operating system is a powerful platform for Intel-based computers.
(See Section 1.3 and Appendix A for an explanation of the license.) Today, Linux has grown into a major player in the operating system market.
It has been ported to run on a variety of system architectures, including HP/Compaq's Alpha, Sun's SPARC and Ultra SPARC, and Motorola's Power PC chips (through Apple Macintosh and IBM RS/6000 computers.) Hundreds, if not thousands, of programmers all over the world now develop Linux.
Many others have contributed in small and large ways to this project and have not been listed. Alan Hicks, May 2005 Linus Torvalds started Linux, an operating system kernel, as a personal project in 1991.
He started the project because he wanted to run a Unix-based operating system without spending a lot of money.
While this book may not an edge-of-your-seat novel, we certainly tried to make it as entertaining as possible. Of course, we also hope you are able to learn from it and find it useful. This second edition is the culmination of years of hard work by the dedicated members of the Slackware Documentation Project.
The following are the major changes in this new edition: ' between the keys, such as: Ctrl Alt Del Meaning the user should type the Ctrl, Alt, and Del keys at the same time.
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Where those designations appear in this document, and Slackware Linux, Inc.