Unix Review takes a look at
"Slackware's installer is pretty basic and doesn't do all the hardware
detection that other distros do now, so you'll need to manually set
up your sound card and printer. However, Slack does attempt to autodetect
your network card so that you don't need to worry about knowing exactly
which kernel module the NIC will need. So far, I haven't found a Linux-compatible
network card that Slackware couldn't detect."
(Submitted by Noel Wed Dec 4, 2002 )
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