Projects / LoopLinux


LoopLinux (a.k.a. loopslak) is a way to install and run Slackware Linux from a DOS/Win9x system without repartitioning. It can also be installed to its own Linux partition.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  04 Jun 2003 14:51

    Release Notes: This release has been updated to work with Slackware 9.0. The software has also been updated.

    •  18 Aug 2002 03:42

      Release Notes: Updates to make it work with Slackware 8.1, and some bugfixes.

      •  19 Dec 2000 23:48

        Release Notes: Some of the software has been updated, including libc6 to 2.2.

        •  27 Jun 2000 00:52

          Release Notes: Updates of some system software, ext3, umsdos, and rieserfs filesystem support if the kernel supports it.

          •  26 Mar 2000 22:09

            Release Notes: More up-to-date software and misc. bugfixes.

            Recent comments

            17 May 1999 14:41 shrewmy

            This is great :]
            I personally run this distribution of Linux and find it great. I'm wary of repartitioning my harddrive to put Linux (had a bad experience with installing RedHat 4.2). Only problems I've had with this were compiling Perl5 (keep gettting out of memory errors) and Netscape just won't run. Otherwise I love it.


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