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Saluki Linux is an ultralight distribution with an Xfce desktop based on Puppy Linux. It is designed with newer hardware, netbooks, and modern processors in mind. The goal is a lightweight, easy-to-use, high-performance operating system that works out of the box with minimal configuration. Saluki Linux is small enough to run completely from RAM or boot from and save changes to USB sticks or rewritable CDs, but it can also be installed alongside other operating systems without partitioning the hard drive.