Monthly Archives: November 2015

Precompiled third-party packages

Many Slackware users avoid installing unofficial precompiled packages on their systems. I find this understandable, since there has never been (IMHO!) a big and trusted repository for third-party packages. I used to install just a couple of packages provided by … Continue reading

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YouTube fullscreen in SeaMonkey

Recently, I realised I can no longer watch YouTube videos in fullscreen. The switch to HTML5 is something that I have missed to notice… Now the videos cannot be shown in fullscreen mode.

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SlackOnly as a main third-party repository

I decided to try using SlackOnly as my primary source of third-party software. My system is Slackware64 -multilib and all settings below take this into account. I manage the official Slackware updates and AlienBob’s multilib layer with slackpkg, complemented by … Continue reading

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SBo sources

The SBo project does not host the sources of the packages that are built. It is an elegant approach to save space, but occasionally presents problems. Sometimes the source may get moved, renamed or (even worse) it may be an … Continue reading

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