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  • Solution to my problem was actually interesting.

    You see when I installed slash (install-slash -uNAME)
    I used -uslash and when it asked you like to run slash as [nobody] - I answered 'nobody' (enter) and that's when the shit hits the fan!

    I think this is actually a bug or something? Looks like there is a conflict with "virtual user" and running slash as 'nobody'. It sure is in my FreeBSD box.
    BTW thanx for all the help!