Updating packages with xfce in slackware
Images on interlaced TVs look smooth only because they take time to fade; if you play interlaced TV signals on a computer monitor then it’s normal to see the separation between the fields. If you have a 64-bit multilib system and you’d prefer to build Wine yourself, then consider building a shared Wow64 setup that can run both 64-bit and 32-bit binaries.Besides the obvious steps of first installing Wine, then running Now reboot.After installing said window manager from source, add an entry for it in “/etc/X11/xinit” to get it to appear in . The “choose a program to handle this protocol” window will pop up. This is covered in the Mozillazine Knowledgebase’ Register protocol page.
It explains, among another things, Slackware’s approach to package management.I personally remove the update-icon-cache and update-mime-database blocks as well.