Sous-marin Linux is a small, pure, individualized Slackware installation system using only scripts and a minimum of resources. Sous-marin's utilities allow you to create an installer CD and tagfiles, choose the minimum of pure Slackware packages you need, and then FTP/HTTP install the system over the Net. It also includes sous-marin tools, formerly SlackBash scripts. These tools allow you to analyze any Slackware installation for missing libraries, files not in packages, packages dependencies, and so forth.
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Release Notes: The sous-marin GUST lists, tagfile script, and installer building script have been combined into more complete package releases. Release tarballs contain all the sous-marin elements for each Slackware release. Only GUST, maintained by another project, needs to be downloaded separately.
Release Notes: Two missing packages have been added to the minimized printing lists on both the sm and smx lists.
Release Notes: A missing dependency in the smaller kernel package stack was added to both the sm and smx lists.
Release Notes: Releases of sm-13.37-10 and smx-13.37-03. Fixes in the slackpkg optional stack. Both package lists have been tested in their new, much smaller installation.
Release Notes: The sous-marin core package list has been refined and reduced according to the progress made in the sous-marin-x list. It now consists of 41-70 packages with a minimal install of 191Mb. This install includes Vim, SSH, lynx, and ncftp on top of a pure Slackware install of a minimal but complete system.