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Installing Older Slackware on UEFI-based hardware
Some modern computers have started to offer motherboards that use Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) as a replacement for the traditional BIOS. Slackware is perfectly capable or running on such machines, albeit with the provisos that before Slackware 14.1 the official install media could not be booted via UEFI directly and no UEFI bootloader was provided as part of the official selection of packages.
If you do wish to install Slackware on a UEFI based machine it is strongly recommended that you use Slackware64 14.1 or above, thus allowing you to simply boot the official install media.
If you have a requirement for Slackware 14.0, you will need to follow one of our approaches:
Enabling legacy BIOS support
Creating your own install media and booting from this
Using another distro's install media to bootstrap the Slackware installation (this includes using modern Slackware 14.1 or above media to install Slackware 14.0)
(Note: These last two methods are unsupported!
DUNQUE sicuramente e' supportato... ora... cosa faccio metto subito slakckware 14.1 e CANCELLO quello che trovo cosi ho un pc solo linux che e' cio' che voglio? oppure non lo posso fare?