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Puppy Linux targets sub-$100 mini-PCs

June 2nd, 2007

DesktopLinux.com tells of how Puppy Linux is being used on low cost PCs with PXE booting and settings saved to USB flash drives.

Following the addition of PXE network booting to the ultra-lightweight Puppy Linux distribution, a group of enthusiasts offering Puppy customization and support services has revealed plans for “Minipup,” a project aimed at ultra-low-cost diskless hardware such as sub-$100 PCs.

  1. August 6th, 2007 at 07:26 | #1

    I couldn’t understand some parts of this article Puppy Linux targets sub-$100 mini-PCs, but I guess I just need to check some more resources regarding this, because it sounds interesting.

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