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Upgrading Slackware 3.1 -> 3.4

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hiya, i'm just wondering, i bought a book (Linux slackware unleashed - v.good) Anyway, it came with Slackware 3.1 on CD, is there any easy way to upgrade to 3.4 (e.g. downloading some stuff) or should i buy the £20 CD set?

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yes..

just upgrade your kernel to the latest version then find which programs do you need to reinstall to

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