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Puppy Linux 2.10 alpha emerges

August 29th, 2006 Comments off

DesktopLinux has a preview of Puppy Linux 2.10.

Tiny, sub-$100 PC runs Puppy Linux

August 24th, 2006 Comments off

LinuxDevices is reporting on this Pentium 166 computer which, while being able to run several versions of Windows, has Puppy Linux as the recommended OS.

Puppy Linux celebrates its success

August 23rd, 2006 Comments off

DesktopLinux is reporting that Puppy Linux is holding an online event with the purpose of bringing the community together. Everyone from developers to end users are invited to give ideas on making Puppy Linux better.

A walk in the park with Puppy Linux

August 21st, 2006 Comments off

Linux.com reviews the latest Puppy Linux.

Puppy Linux 2.02 is Out

August 1st, 2006 5 comments

A new version of Puppy Linux has been released with the new NTFS-3G driver, which allows writing to NTFS partitions.

Taking Puppy for a short walk

June 8th, 2006 Comments off

Tuxmachines.org also has a short review of Puppy Linux 2.0.

Tons o’ Screenshots

June 2nd, 2006 Comments off

OSDir has recently posted many screenshots of new releases, here they are:

Notice the installer icons on the desktops of all the *buntu screenshots.

Distribution Release: Puppy Linux 2.00

June 1st, 2006 Comments off

Puppy Power

May 31st, 2006 Comments off

Puppy Linux 1.0.9 CE

May 22nd, 2006 3 comments

TuxMachines.org has a review of the latest Puppy Linux. As always, lots of screenshots are included.

I found the menus chocked full of applications and utilities. There was a multitude of Puppy specific configuration utilities for just about everything from net connection, wireless, sound, modem, printer, and more.

LinuxWorld | Linux grows among the Lupins in WA

April 12th, 2006 Comments off

LinuxWorld has an interesting interview with the developer of Puppy Linux.

An obsession that involves Kauler travelling 350km to a friend’s house in Perth to upload Puppy files as he only has a 19,600bps dial-up connection.