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[2]: Puppy feels bad
by zima on Sat 3rd Dec 2011 23:58 UTC in reply to "RE: Puppy feels bad"
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Is it fascist? Communist? Terrorist?

Do you always Godwin funnies within the first 3 words...

(plus, the last notion doesn't really make much sense as an ideology - it's more a method; one employed by virtually all largish collectives of people, also countries, at one point or another in the past, often quite recent one - it's just that the official PR now proclaims it as the exclusive label of "designated baddies"; in (broadened now ;p ) context, it has roughly as much sense as "Blitzkrieg ideology")

Edited 2011-12-04 00:10 UTC

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