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The method used by the Slackware distribution itself to build packages is to use scripts called SlackBuilds which compile and build a Slackware .tgz/txz package.  Additional scripts to those provided by the Official Slackware source tree are available from a free repository at [http://slackbuilds.org/ SlackBuilds.org] and you can find a current [http://slackbuilds.org/result/?search=konversation script for '''Konversation'''] on the same site.
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The method used by the Slackware distribution itself to build packages is to use scripts called SlackBuilds which compile and build a Slackware .tgz/txz package.  Additional scripts to those provided by the Official Slackware source tree are available from a free repository at [http://slackbuilds.org/ SlackBuilds.org] and you can find a current [http://slackbuilds.org/result/?search=konversation script for Konversation] on the same site.
  
 
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Build A Slackware Package

The method used by the Slackware distribution itself to build packages is to use scripts called SlackBuilds which compile and build a Slackware .tgz/txz package. Additional scripts to those provided by the Official Slackware source tree are available from a free repository at SlackBuilds.org and you can find a current script for Konversation on the same site.

SlackBuilds.org provides build instructions for the SlackBuilds it makes available. More support is available in the #slackbuilds channel on Freenode.


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