It is written in Distrowatch about Slackware: "Slackware Linux, created by Patrick Volkerding in 1992, is the oldest surviving Linux distribution. Forked from the now-discontinued SLS project, Slackware 1.0 came on 24 floppy disks and was built on top of Linux kernel version 0.99pl11-alpha. It quickly became the most popular Linux distribution, with some estimates putting its market share to as much as 80% of all Linux installations in 1995". Reference: Top Ten Distributions An overview of today's top distributions: https://distrowatch.com/dwres-mobile.php?resource=major The estimates are putting the market share of Funtoo and Gentoo in wich percentage of all Linux installations in 2018? I'm asking this question because I really like the subject.