Which files do I get?
ZipSlack comes with the full Slackware Linux distribution. It is in
the /zipslack directory. At a minimum you should get the main
If you plan on booting ZipSlack from a boot disk, you will want to
download the boot disk file:
The bootdisk.img file contains a generic Linux kernel with support for
many SCSI adapters as well as parallel port Zip drive support.
If you are going to be making the boot disk from a DOS system, you will
need this program:
You will also need the additional swap file support if your computer
has only four megabytes of RAM. In that case, make sure you get:
The other files in the directory consist of various documents, READMEs,
FAQs, and Changelogs. Be sure to look at those if this is your first time