Linked by Howard Fosdick on Sat 17th Dec 2011 00:26 UTC
Linux Without corporate backing or advertising, Puppy Linux has become one of the world's ten most popular Linux distributions. In the past few months Puppy has whelped a litter of like systems, each with its own unique DNA. This article summarizes Puppy and then describes the new brood.
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Say what?
by Soulbender on Sat 17th Dec 2011 02:37 UTC
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It manages connections and prompts servers when problems occur.

It does what now? Prompts the *servers*? Some explanation regarding this seemingly fantastical technology might be called for.

I installed Ubuntu 11 on an end user's system recently and was embarrassed in front of the client by its unintelligible boot-time menu.

Unintelligible? Really? 3 clearly labeled entries is unintelligible? There's almost no difference between grub and grub2 when it comes to using the actual menu.

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