Slackware comes with programs for all your package management needs.You can install, remove, upgrade, make, and examine packages very easily.This chapter describes how to track the development system and the basic tools for keeping a Free BSD system up-to-date.A software package is a bundle of related programs that are ready for you to install.Apparently many people in the Linux community think that a packager manager must by definition include dependency checking.Well, that simply isn't the case, as Slackware most certainly does not.There's a myth that's been going around ever since Red Hat debuted Red Hat Package Manager, that Slackware has no package management tool. Slackware has always included a package manager, even before Red Hat existed.While not as full-featured or as ubiquitous as rpm (or for that matter deb), is not that it doesn't exist, but that it doesn't do any dependency checking.
Some people prefer to use the officially released versions, while others prefer to keep in sync with the latest developments.
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This is not to say that Slackware packages don't have dependencies, but rather that its package manager doesn't check for them.
Dependency management is left up to the sysadmin, and that's the way we like it.
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