Updating puppy linux
However, Puppy also supports the 'full' installation mode, which enables Puppy to run from a hard drive partition, without a ramdisk.
Applications were chosen that met various constraints, size in particular.
Tahrpup is built from the woof-CE build system, forked from Barry Kauler's Woof.
It has a new UI, a new kernel update for greater hardware compatibility, redesign Puppy Package Manager, some bugfixes and base packages inclusion into the woof structure.
It is built from the latest testing branch, incorporates all the latest woof-CE features and is released in PAE and no PAE ISOs, with the option to switch kernels.
Puppy 7 is built from Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus packages, has binary compatibility with Ubuntu 16.04 and access to the Ubuntu package repositories.
Puppy 5 came with a stripped down version of the Midori browser to be used for reading help files and a choice of web browsers to be installed, including Chromium, Firefox, Sea Monkey Internet Suite, Iron and Opera.
Puppy 6 is built from Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr packages, has binary compatibility with Ubuntu 14.04 and access to the Ubuntu package repositories.
Tahrpup is built from the woof-CE build system, forked from Barry Kauler's Woof late last year after he announced his retirement from Puppy development.
To compensate for this, an optional "compatibility collection" of packages was created that restores some of the lost compatibility.
which is designed to assemble a Puppy Linux distribution from the packages of other Linux distributions.His own distribution, with an emphasis on speed and efficiency and being lightweight, started from "Boot disk HOWTO" and gradually included components file-by-file until Puppy Linux was completed.