[Slackbuilds-users] hope this isn't a stupid question

Andrew Payne stairs.flowers at gmail.com
Wed Apr 8 13:58:18 UTC 2020

Glenn this setup is very effective.  I use it too -- I run current and I 
keep a partition with a stock 14.2 VM and -current VM (both 
Virtualbox).  When it's time to test, I clone the VM, do my testing, 
then destroy it.

I keep the 'master' VMs up to date but stock in all other respects so 
the clones are clean testing environments.

On 4/8/20 9:43 AM, Glenn Becker wrote:
> Hi -
> I am thinking of buying a smallish laptop to dedicate to Slackware. 
> I've usually done double-, triple- and occasionally more- boot 
> machines, but my distro-hopping is (I think!) coming to an end.
> And I was wondering ... if I ran slack-current as my main system, but 
> ran slack-stable in a VM, could I use the latter to work on my 
> SlackBuilds? I'm by no means well-versed in what is possible or 
> impossible with VMs.
> Thanks,
> Glenn Becker
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