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Tux Machines (TM)-specific
Puppy Linux is one of several lightweight distributions I've used in the past, and I remember being quite impressed with the sheer volume of features the maintainers of this ultra-lightweight managed to pack into 100MB.
It is with much disappointment that I find this latest release of Puppy no more useful than Damn Small Linux when it comes to practical, offline concerns. Allow me to expand on that.
The 100MB LiveCD starts by asking you what keyboard and screen resolution you want, then you're up with the default desktop. They won't win any awards for presentation, but at least there are helpful directions on the wallpaper.
The "install" icon on the desktop doesn't do what you might think. It actually starts up the Puppy Package Manager. I think perhaps this should be renamed.