Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 14th Jan 2007 22:58 UTC, submitted by sharkscott
Linux "PuppyLinux is one of the most popular 'flavors' of Linux, I have used it on several old P-II and P-III machines that I donated and it got them to work when the original OS (95 and 98) would not even so much as boot up. It was just after PuppyLinux's offer to be the OS for the One Laptop Per Child and the new 'Unofficial PuppyLinux Guide' came out that I first contacted Kenneth of PuppyLinux. I wanted to know more about Puppy, the OLPC and what goes into making a guide for a Linux distro, Kenneth was kind enough to share his experinces with me."
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by rener on Mon 15th Jan 2007 10:48 UTC
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One should note that since Puppy Linux 2.10 it is based on the T2 System Development Environment (SDE),
, to create the actual binary package that are then further post-processed. Although that alone is pretty cool it also offers the opportunity to rebuild Puppy Linux for other architectures and custom needs.

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