Welcome to LIVESLAK.ORG!
This service is provided by Alien BOB and can be accessed via:
http://download.liveslak.org/ and https://download.liveslak.org/ (Alien BOB)
http://slackware.uk/liveslak/ and https://slackware.uk/liveslak/ (Tadgy)
http://us.liveslak.org/ and https://us.liveslak.org/ (Alien BOB)
Live Edition of Slackware 15.0 (64-bit stable): available here!
You will find ISO images for Slackware Live Edition, created by the latest version of liveslak, in the "latest" folder below. Check the README for more detail.
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Things to remember when you boot any liveslak based ISO: ======================================================== Slackware Live does not log you on automatically! This is a demonstration environment, with the purpose of getting you acquainted with Slackware, remember? Therefore you will first see all these intimidating kernel messages scrolling across the screen while booting the OS. Then you need to login manually. The Slackware Live Edition comes with two user accounts: user "root" (with password "root") and user "live" (with password "live"). My advice is to login as user live and use "su" or "sudo" to get root access. Note: the "sudo" command will ask for the "live" user's password! Consult the documentation at: http://docs.slackware.com/slackware:liveslak#boot_parameters_explained for assistance with the various boot parameters you can use to tailor the Live OS to your needs. The syslinux boot has help screens behind the F2, F3, F4 and F5 function keys and the grub boot screen has a "help on boot parameters" menu entry.