SlackwareARM for the Raspberry Pi®.
Download directly from here or visit the repository.
raspberrypi-installer.zip (44.4MB Zip archive)
kernel-source-3.2.27-arm-1.tgz (98.4MB optional slackware package)
slackwarearm-14.0-8GB-29130623.zip (1.5GB Zip archive) Full Install minus KDE.
slackwarearm-14.0-16GB-20130720.zip (2.8GB Zip archive)
The preinstalled images are provided as a lazy way to get Slackware running on a Raspberry Pi®, the installer is based on the one at David Spencers site and uses the same partition scheme. These SD card images are without warranty and are for use at your own risk. Please see Issues and work arounds.
Updated kernel packages.
kernel-firmware-3.10.3-noarch-1.tgz (1.2MB slackware package)
kernel-headers-3.10.3-arm-1.tgz (817.1KB slackware package)
kernel-modules-raspberrypi-3.10.3_raspberrypi-arm-1.tgz (96.3MB slackware package)
kernel-source-3.10.3-arm-1.tgz (109.5MB optional slackware package)
kernel_raspberrypi-3.10.3-arm-1.tgz (3.5MB slackware package)
You can upgrade your kernel by installing the above packages. You will need to remove the 'raspberrypi-installer.img' from the boot partion to free up some space first. You will need to edit /boot/config.txt to point to your kernel of choice.
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Raspberry Pi® devices are not supported by the Slackware ARM team. Support is officially advocated through the "Slackware ARM community support programme". Slackware ARM is not supported by the Raspberry Pi Foundation.
Slackware ARM is brought to us by Stuart Winter of the Slackware Team. Thanks Stuart.
Thanks to David Spencer who can be found at daves-collective.co.uk.