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dsl vs puppy? which has better wireless drivers and applications? i think puppy can have opera. also, if i can save my data does that mean i can add my own programs, ie. gimp,vpn client....drivers....?
Never thought about it like that. You have me intereseted in seeing if that is possible. I want to say you can. The reason for that is you can save your thunderbird mail so in theory yes you should be able too.
i really am interested in somehow installing kororaa onto a usb and being able to boot/save/run that....cause it like its visuals. i think it could be done, problem is that i am newb and dont really know too much about how things work. here is a link with advice on how to make kororaa possible. http://forums.kororaa.org/viewtopic.php?t=1339