Category: ARM

Slackware Aarch64: What now?

I’ve been quite busy since Slackware Aarch64 was released for public consumption. As some of you may know, the Raspberry Pi has been difficult to find the “sweet spot” with video and audio. I sorted that out in a previous…

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Slackware ARM 15.0 is Here!

Several years of development have lead to the 15.0 release of Slackware. It has been an exciting week for Slackers everywhere and it doesn’t end there. The ARM port is ready for use by the general public with many improvements…

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Slackware Aarch64 on a Pinebook Pro

A few months back Pine64 shipped me a free Pinebook Pro laptop to help develop SlackwareAarch64-current. I have been hammering mine for the last few months. Overall the hardware itself is excellently designed. Sure, there are some quirks, but not…

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Slackware Powered Pi Cluster: Part 1

Some time ago I realized that I had too many wires on my desk and around my desk. I decided to combine my Raspberry Pi hardware and move the four systems into a single unit. The resulting layout is a…

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SlackChat S02E11: Kernel Module loader

Yesterday I was asked to record an episode of SlackChat with Stuart Winter. Stuart is the guy in charge of the Arm and Aarch64 ports of Slackware. SlackChat is a Slackware Linux podcast that talks about a range of related…

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