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    Does anyone have these cd's? Or anyone know of a download link? I couldn't find anything ...

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    No one even knows what I'm talking about?

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    Thomas Byers (DRI)- "You'll have a million people using the A> [MS-DOS prompt] forever. You'll have five million using [nongraphic] menu systems such as Topview, Concurrent PC-DOS, Desq, and those types. But there'll be 50 to 100 million using the iconic-based interfaces."

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    I think I know what you're talking about, but I believe those CDs (despite being composed of 95%+ free material) were technically commercial products, not shareware. That's why they weren't archived in most of the usual remaining archives for truly ancient Linux distributions. Here is a link that has the complete listing of the contents of the "Spring 94" disk:

    https://www.ibiblio.org/pub/historic...utions/cdroms/

    (The tar.gz file.) You can probably recover most of these contents other than the proprietary Windows installer from the various archives if you're really dying to run a comically ancient version of slackware.
    Last edited by Eudimorphodon; August 23rd, 2019 at 04:16 PM.

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    You hurt me sir.

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