"The 120days of *buntu" is a collection of 120 modified Ubuntu Operating Systems. Each version talks about a specific topic, with concepts familiar to the user; common settings and everyday experiences.
This is easily the most important post on the #Slackware forum for ages. Pat Volkerding is in trouble. https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/slackware-14/donating-to-slackware-4175634729/#post5882751
Remember the bad old days of Linux?
- no sound unless you manually configured it and recompiled kernel
- xf86config could destroy your monitor if you made a poor choice
- your hardware was more likely to not work than be supported (got a winmodem? too bad for you. though even in the bad days, network hardware support was good)
- not a lot of software support. You were very fortunate to have Netscape 3 back then.
Despite all that (and more), I stuck with it.
@art i just found out you were /the guy/ who made the Pulp Fiction Chronological cut. Loved that edition 🤪
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko