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Bewary the puppy

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It has been a while since I had a look at Puppy Linux (www.puppylinux.org). so I thought I'd have another go to see how much it has improved over the past few years.

The home page for puppy has a number of different versions that can be downloaded so rather than choose one I chose to download three of them:

  1. Wary
  2. Lupu
  3. Slacko

This post is about Wary. There will be follow up posts about Lupu and Slacko shortly.

I burned the Wary image to a cd and rebooted my PC.

Rest here




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