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LobsterEd 12-26-2011 12:56 AM

Puppy 2012
 
Puppy will be available for ARM
Woof2 used to build Puppy 5.3.1 will emerge allowing Puppy + other distro binaries to emerge.

Being unconventional by design, we are not your average Penguin
but then nor is Android. :D

Maybe we will splash out on a new promo . . . or maybe not

Saluki is going to be gorgeous . . .

I am looking forward to more fun. What are you going to be enjoying with Puppy in 2012? :cool:

Thor_2.0 12-26-2011 03:45 AM

Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!

ARM??? Do I read...(dare I say it) ... tablet???? Please say yes... :D

I'm off to the site right now!

THor

LobsterEd 12-27-2011 12:58 AM

We are on it.
Puppy has got to a command line Puppy on a Russian owned ARM Panda board
Puppy is not yet running on any tablet.
Mainly because most tablets are not open and inexpensive.

When the new wave of stable tablets market, Puppy will be poised - ready
to leap into rapid development and deployment.

Thor_2.0 12-27-2011 11:04 AM

Cool, in other words (as the advertisers put it so nicely)

watch this space for more

;)

gaixixon 01-20-2012 03:07 AM

Update Puppy
 
Hi.. is there anyway to autoupdate or manually update Puppy with just one command line: sudo apt-get upgrade?
Thnx..

Thor_2.0 01-20-2012 07:18 AM

Quote:

Hi.. is there anyway to autoupdate or manually update Puppy with just one command line: sudo apt-get upgrade?
Thnx..
Hey...yea', Puppy/MacPup dont update...I concur, can there be an update?

Thanks gaixixon for posting this question (forgotten by me)

Thor

LobsterEd 05-30-2012 05:02 AM

No we don't have an update 'easy command'. We are not set up that way.

As predicted Puppy is moving towards ARM as one of it's supported platforms. Specifically the raspberry pi and mele box are being experimented with. Check out Puppi Arch on our wikki for one of our latest experiments.


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