Slackware ARM version

  • Hard float VS soft float with Slackware ARM on the RPi 3

    Linux on ARMI recently bought a new Raspberry Pi 3 and installed Slackware ARM current (hard float) on it. My goal was to compare the performance of the hard float port against Slackware ARM 14.2 (soft float), which is currently powering this RPi3 hosted website.

  • The return of Slackware ARM as a 32-bit hard float port

    Linux on ARMAs of Wednesday, August 24, 2016, Slackware ARM is out of retirement and ready to power your modern ARM devices. The Slackware ARM maintainer has made the decision to pick up development again and go ahead with a hard float port. It was announced three months ago that a hard float port was in the works, and today it’s powering my Raspberry Pi 2.

  • Slackware ARM on a Raspberry Pi - SARPi Downloads

    Linux on ARMThe Slackware ARM installer incorporates the kernel_raspi, kernel-modules-raspi and raspi-boot packages, which have been built using the latest source from the official Raspberry Pi Foundation GitHub repository. The file version and/or build date is displayed in the filename.

  • Slackware ARM on a Raspberry Pi - SARPi

    Linux on ARMWindows users should download Slackware ARM via FTP from ftp://ftp.arm.slackware.com/slackwarearm/ or any of the mirrors provided on the Slackware ARM: Get Slack page (at the bottom). Use BINARY mode to download the files and not ASCII! Once downloaded, transfer all the Slackware ARM files (retaining their original directory structure) onto the root of your USB memory stick. If not in the root, a directory where you will remember the location.

  • Installing Slackware ARM in Qemu

    Linux on ARMARM, ARM and ARM. Everybody is using it - knowing or not knowing. So I decided to write a small tutorial about installing Slackware ARM in Qemu. For this tutorial I expect a few things:
     

  • Slackware ARM

    Linux on ARMSlackware ARM (“ARMedslack”) is the official port of the Slackware® Linux distribution to the ARM architecture. Currently, the project focuses its efforts on supporting the most popular devices such as the Plug Computers, and can also be used under the QEMU emulator. Support for other devices will be added over time.


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