Firstly, thanks for the great work you've done on the RPi & RPi 2 guides. Very clear and concise.
I have a question about running 14.1 instead of current on the RPi 2. In the guide it states:
http://rpi2.fatdog.eu/index.php?p=getslack wrote:To successfully install Slackware ARM on a Raspberry Pi 2 you need to download the current version of the software. Slackware ARM current contains updated files and packages which are required by the system to function properly. So when you are downloading the Slackware source make sure it is Sackware ARM current.
Can you explain what would function incorrectly if 14.1 was installed instead of current? I understand that the SOC has changed vs the RPi B+, but shouldn't the RPi2 kernel take care of the newer hardware?