The Stealth Desktop: Managing Users, Fonts and Printers in Slackware

In the third installment of the Stealth Desktop series about Slackware Linux, Eduardo Sánchez builds upon the previous steps of Part I and Part II. Continuing where those parts left off, he introduces the subjects of user, font and printer management in Slackware showing how KDE can help on these tasks.


The Stealth Desktop is so stealthy that noone seen it or use it ;-)

How many paid or volunteer developper use Slackware and are working on KDE ?

By Anonymous forward at Wed, 2004/09/22 - 5:00am

Slackware rules ! :-)
I use it and develop for KDE (ok, not much time in the last months)


By aleXXX at Wed, 2004/09/22 - 5:00am

Just think of this... what platform was used to perform the KDE usability study recently presented here on the Dot? ;)

By Eduardo Sanchez at Wed, 2004/09/22 - 5:00am

wow , Slackware as two kde users , lol ;-)

By Anonymous forward at Wed, 2004/09/22 - 5:00am

I switched to Slackware one week ago :-) Really nice: simple and sensible.

By wilbert at Thu, 2004/09/23 - 5:00am

If you'll ever try debian, you'll be sold. I was.

By ac at Fri, 2004/09/24 - 5:00am

Hey, some people don't trust Debian. I use it, and I don't. I just happen to trust it more than I trust other distributionss, and I happen to like to have some automation. ;-D

By regeya at Sat, 2004/09/25 - 5:00am