My review of Puppy Linux from both a Portable Apps user/developer and a first time Linux User.
As the members of PortaSoft know from my post, my first distro of Linux that I have ever tryed was Puppy Linux.
Puppy Linux is a small (60mb) distro of Linux, created by Barry Kauler (a West Australian, which made it more attractive to me) and contains many programs including 5 games, AbiWord and the Mozilla suite. It can boot off a USB or CD, but what got me more intruiged was that it can be run from QEMU. Now, I don't know if QEMU is portable, but if it is, then we have one more Portable Linux Distro.
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