5. Install and config
The biggest problem for the installation is to make sure
that you use the correct hard drive.
You must change the site for the mirror, because the default
site is no longer available. I used the NLUUG.
Configuring should be as less as possible a manual action.
Of course, the first time you need to get a working environment,
you do not think about it that way. However, it is good to do it
if you get to your third installation (desktop, server and now
So, the strategy is to do a minimal instalation by hand and try to
do the rest with Ansible. For me. that means:
set-up the network, which means different things for the laptop or the desktop/server
install slackpkg (
sudo slapt-get -i slackpkg
) which is used by Ansible to install packages, and edti
to get the corect mirrors for the packages.
set-up password-less sudo (with
distribute ssh-keys for password-less login
This is basically the same as for a raspberry pi.