Linked by Howard Fosdick on Sat 26th Nov 2011 15:58 UTC
Linux Puppy Linux is a small sub-130 MB distro popular for its high performance, adaptability, and ability to run on older hardware. The project just announced the new Racy Puppy, a version enhanced to run on new PCs. Racy includes Xorg 7.6 and the 3.0.7 kernel. Racy derives from Wary Puppy, a long term support release optimzed for older hardware. Puppy also offers Slacko and Lucid versions, for full compatibility with Slackware and Ubuntu, respectively.
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RE[3]: Puppy feels bad
by Darai on Sun 27th Nov 2011 20:24 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Puppy feels bad"
Darai
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2009-09-09

People with felinist tendencies often balk at using Puppy, which is well known for promoting an extreme caninist agenda and the ardent caninism of its user community.



Caninist agenda? I'm okay with this.

Obviously you haven't watched the Cats Vs. Dogs movies, everyone knows the only one with an agenda here were the felines.

I keep in the know. Peace out. ;P

Edited 2011-11-27 20:30 UTC

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