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Slackware 11 Linux

Slackware 9.1
Now Available Linux Slackware 11 CD's

Slackware 11.0 contains the Linux kernel (default), in /extra and 2.6.18 in the /testing directory. This Slackware version is by far the most cutting edge ever released, it includes KDE version 3.5.4 (including the Amarok media player), XFCE, the latest versions of Firefox and Thunderbird, plus SeaMonkey 1.0.5 (replacing the Mozilla suite). It also includes glibc-2.3.6, gcc-3.4.6, X11R6.9.0 from X.Org, and more.

The major components are included in Slackware 11.0:
  • Kernel 2.4.33

  • GCC 3.4.6

  • KDE version 3.5.4

1. Runs the version of the Linux kernel from Special kernels were prepared to support  hardware such as SCSI 
controllers, SATA controllers, USB keyboards and mice, parallel-port IDE devices,  IBM PS/2 machines with the Microchannel bus, and even speech synthesizers providing access to Linux for the visually impaired community.  The performance of the 2.4.x kernel series along with Slackware's track record of careful attention to system security make it the perfect choice for running your production servers.

2. As an alternate choice, Slackware 11.0 includes Linux and 2.6.18 kernel source, kernel modules, and binary packages, along with the mkinitrd tool and instructions on using it to install the new kernel (see /boot/README.initrd).  When running a 2.6 kernel, Slackware supports udev.  This is a system for creating devices in /dev dynamically, greatly reducing device clutter and making it easy to see what devices 
are actually present in the system.  Udev probes for and enables hardware on the system, much like the hotplug system does for a 2.4 kernel.

3. System binaries are linked with the GNU C Library, version 2.3.6. This version of glibc also has excellent compatibility with existing binaries.

4. X11R6.9.0 (same codebase as Modular X.Org 7.0.0) This is the X.Org Foundation's X Window System.  The 6.9.0 version includes additional hardware support, functional enhancements, and bug fixes compared with the 6.8.2 release that shipped in Slackware 10.2, and we're added additional support for some recent popular Intel graphics chipsets.
5. Installs gcc-3.4.6 as the default C, C++, Objective-C, Fortran-77, and Ada 95 compiler.

6. Support for fully encrypted network connections with OpenSSL, OpenSSH, and GnuPG.

7. Apache 1.3.37 web server with Dynamic Shared Object (DSO) support, SSL, and PHP.

8. PCMCIA, CardBus, and APM support for laptops. (pcmcia-cs-3.2.8 and pcmciautils-014).  Slackware also now includes hotplug and udev support.  This locates and configures most hardware automatically as it is added (or removed) from the system. It also loads the kernel modules required by sound cards and other hardware at boot time.

9. New development tools, including Perl 5.8.8, Python 2.4.3, Ruby 1.8.4, Subversion 1.4.0, and graphical tools like Qt designer and KDevelop.

10.Updated versions of the Slackware package management tools make it easy to add, remove, upgrade, and make your own Slackware packages. Package tracking makes it easy to upgrade from Slackware 10.2 to Slackware 11.0 (see UPGRADE.TXT).  The slackpkg tool in /extra can also help update from an older version of Slackware to a newer one, and keep your Slackware system up to date.  In addition, the slacktrack utility (in extra/) will help you build and maintain your own packages.

11.Web browsers galore!  Includes KDE's Konqueror 3.5.4, SeaMonkey 1.0.5 (this is the new replacement for the Mozilla Suite), and the immensely popular Firefox, as well as the Thunderbird email and news client with advanced junk mail filtering.

12.The complete K Desktop Environment (KDE) version 3.5.4, including the KOffice productivity suite, networking tools, GUI development with KDevelop, multimedia tools (including the amazing Amarok music player), the Konqueror web browser and file manager, dozens of games and utilities, international language support, and more.

13.A collection of GTK+ based applications including gaim-1.5.0, gimp-2.2.13, gkrellm-2.2.9, gxine-0.5.7, xchat-2.6.6, xsane-0.991, and pan-

14.Large repository of extra software packages compiled and ready to run.  This includes various window managers, the K3b CD burning application for KDE, the Java(TM) 2 Software Development Kit Standard Edition, libsafe (advanced buffer overflow protection for additional security), ISDN support, additional 802.11 drivers, and much more (see the /extra directory).
Buy free downloadable version of Slackware 11.0 now. It can be yours, just pay for the cd's and get it now. Details of the Slackware Distribution:

Sr. No.


No of CDs

CD Charges (Rs.)

S & H Charges

Total amount.


Slackware 11 Installation CDs (3 nos.)


120/- 40/- 160/-


Slackware 11Sources CDs (3 nos.)


120/- 40/- 160/-


Slackware 11 Installation + Sources CDs (6 nos.)


240/- 40/- 280/-

** Add Rs. 25/- for checks out side Delhi.

How to Buy?

Payment Option 1

Now you can pay for CDs through by online transfer or ICICI BRANCH from anywhere in India by depositing cheques/Cash in our account through your local ICICI BANK. If you deposit cheques from anywhere in India than the same will be given local clearance thus the need to wait for outstation clearance is not there. After depositing the cheque, please send me the Cheque/Ref no. All Cheques/Cash have to be deposited in favour of :

Account Holder Name: Deepak Kumar
Our Account Number : 000701049501
Our Branch : Connaught Place, New Delhi
Note: Don't Deposit the Cash in Drop Box.

Once payment is received we will courier you the CDs the same day.

Payment Option 2


Please send DD/cheque in favor of  "Rose India " at
following address.

128, Pocket G-26, Sector-3
India - 110085
Ph:        011-27510893
Mobile: 011-9313063554

After receiving your cheque/DD we will mail the software to your mail address.

Please fill the following form and send along with your DD.

Dear Sir,

I woluld like to purchase Linux CD's.

CD's Required: ___________________________________

Name : _________________________________

Designation : _______________________________

Company : _________________________________

Address: ___________________________________

Phone: _____________________________________

E-mail: _____________________________________

Web site: ___________________________________

Enclosed is my cheque/draft # ____________________ Dt: ____________

Signature: _____________________________________

Date: _______________________________________

Once received the cheque/DD we will mail you the CDs.

Online Payment is comming soon.

Please feel free to contact  in regards to difficulty running this software or relevant queries and feedback if any. 

PLEASE NOTE: This product is downloadable version of  and not a product of Slackware and is not endorsed by Slackware. Please refer GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE which governs the distribution of any "open source" Linux OS Distribution.

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