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Re: Puppy Linux 4.1 -- two paws way up

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____/ Terry Porter on Saturday 08 November 2008 02:38 : \____

> On Fri, 07 Nov 2008 19:58:58 +0800, RonB wrote:
>> It's like being in a candy store -- all these good distributions of
>> Linux. I'm looking for some live distributions to send my Dad, so he can
>> get on the Internet when one of his Windows computers crashes again, and
>> I re-ran into Puppy Linux. Once you have some of the settings saved on
>> hard disk (or flash drive) it takes about 30 seconds to boot up, holds
>> everything in memory and allows you to play music, DVDs, YouTube videos
>> and everything else I've thrown at it, all "out of the box." Total of
>> about 90 Megs of memory, which loads into RAM, making the DVD/CD burner
>> availble for burning CDs or watching movies. Amazing. Absolutely nothing
>> like it in the Windows world
> Nice review Ron, and unlike the Windows candy store the Linux one has no
> plainclothes BSAA security Gestapo, surveillance cameras and rewards for
> snitching on friends, colleagues and businesses!

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