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Old 12-20-2006, 05:05 PM   #1
Basslord1124
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Distribution: Debian, Puppy/Slacko
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Happy with my Puppy....


Indeed I am.

After looking for a lightweight distro to slap on some old machines I had laying around, I settled on Puppy. Not even Damn Small Linux was as fast as Puppy. I am definitely impressed. And to beat all, it was full of features and applications AND did not require a degree from Harvard to operate. It gave these old systems life again and I am the kind of geek who hates to see an old system go unused and neglected. So thumbs up for Puppy Linux! I am currently running the distro on 2 systems:

-an old Bell+Howell desktop...Pentium processor at about 200Mhz I believe, 64MB RAM, 4GB HD...
-a Dell Latitude CPi266 laptop...Pentium II at 266Mhz, 64MB RAM, 3GB HD...
 
Old 12-21-2006, 04:02 AM   #2
marksouth2000
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Hi Basslord, welcome to the puppyist ranks. I run Puppy on some very similar hardware to yours with very satisfactory results too.

Since I won't be around much for the next couple of weeks, I'll wish everybody here at LQ.org a very merry holiday season!

Cheers,
Mark
 
  


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