SARPi Project - Slackware ARM on a Raspberry Pi


Slackware ARM current Package Downloads

Any additional Slackware ARM current packages on this page which are available to download were created to support SARPi Projects, and for any other needful purpose(s).

IMPORTANT: ONLY install packages for the correct Slackware ARM version you're running. Packages that are built for a specific Slackware OS version should not be installed on a different version. (e.g. Slackware ARM current packages are not built to work with Slackware AArch64 current version, etc.)

The following Slackware ARM current packages were built to support SARPi Projects and for any other needful purpose(s).

Slackware ARM current packages

Click on the package filename to download. Click on md5 for the file checksum.

Package md5 Description
containerd-1.2.13-armv7-1_slackcurrent_sp1.txz md5 Industry-standard container runtime.
docker-ce-19.03.9-armv7-1_slackcurrent_sp1.txz md5 Portable scalable application containers.
docker-proxy-20181207_2cfbf9b-armv7-1_slackcurrent_sp1.txz md5 Networking proxy for docker containers.
GeoIP-1.6.12-armv7-1_slackcurrent_sp1.txz md5 MaxMind GeoIP geolocation data. [legacy]
geoipupdate-3.1.1-armv7-1_slackcurrent_sp1.txz md5 Automatic updates of GeoIP [legacy]
goaccess-1.4.5-armv7-1_slackcurrent_sp1.txz md5 Web log analyzer and viewer. [GEOIP=legacy]
google-go-lang-1.14-armv7-1_slackcurrent_sp1.txz md5 Go open-source programming language.
jdk-8u261-armv7-1_slackcurrent_sp1.txz md5 Java SE Development Kit 8 [JDK].
libseccomp-2.4.3-armv7-1_slackcurrent_sp1.txz md5 Linux kernel syscall filtering API.
libsigc++-2.10.2-armv7-1_slackcurrent_sp1.txz md5 C++ library for typesafe callbacks.
libtorrent-0.13.8-armv7-1_slackcurrent_sp1.txz md5 C++ BitTorrent implementation.
nginx-1.19.8-armv7-1_slackcurrent_sp1.txz md5 Nginx scalable web/proxy server.
rtorrent-0.9.8-armv7-1_slackcurrent_sp1.txz md5 Text-based ncurses BitTorrent client.
runc-1.0.0_rc10-armv7-1_slackcurrent_sp1.txz md5 CLI tool for running OCI spec containers.
tini-0.18.0-armv7-1_slackcurrent_sp1.txz md5 Simple init for containers.

Support for Slackware ARM

If you're in need of help, or have something to contribute, one of the best places to get (and offer) support for Slackware ARM is on the Linux Questions Forum. Another valuable resource is the Slackware Documentation Project.

It's always worth bearing in mind that the Slackware Linux project is entirely funded from donations. If you'd like to show your appreciation, and/or support the development of Slackware, you can sponsor the project on Patrick Volkerding's Slackware Linux project donation page. For Slackware ARM, you can also sponsor the project.


Updated: 2021-04-06 13:38:36 UTC

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