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Just wondering if someone might wanna do the world a favor and get rid of all these non-functioning murga linux links. I'm sure the site was/is awesome, but now its in the way on just about every pertinent puppy question.
Yeah, and I also noticed their repos are a bit lacking, although that's not such a big deal- it has everything I need in the initial installation. Pretty damn fast too, I might add. It'd be nice if someone would support it a little better... Hell, it might could even bump Ubuntu off the chart!
Never was very reliable and a mess repo-wise.
Which is sad because it was one of the few distros that did someting else (besides changing the Ubuntu theme) with the possibility to write your session to the CD/DVD you booted from - was just what I needed for a laptop with a broken hard drive a while back.
But people tend to not know that there is no way to have a dev-environment on 120 mb disc space and a bunch of apps on the side.