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I have been struggling my way through the FT sites and tryign to find The Core components For LINUX to get MINIMUM install. So i would like to know a Specfic Dir for a Core compnent ??? Does aney one out ther know? I don't
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Install slackware(distribution). it comes in disk sets A,N,K,etc. and you get only what you need.  I think the head site for this if ftp://ftp.cdrom.com/pub/linux/distribution/slackware/slakware 
or something like that
like a little cause I know there there
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