If you haven't yet become acquainted with Puppy's growing family, you can start here or see my links page to be pointed in more helpful directions.
Left-to-right, the icons represent:
- the original, barking-great Puppy
- Wary - supporting older, low-end hardware
- Quirky - a cutting-edge development Pup
- DPup - based on Debian, compatible with their packages
- SPup - based on Slackware, compatible with their packages
- UPup - based on Ubuntu, compatible with their packages
Barry Kauler has shared a great gift in PuppyLinux, so if you feel a gesture of appreciation is in order, please consider making a donation to him.
Puppy also has a fantastic bunch of enthusiastic programmers - their continued development in different directions makes Puppy such a versatile system....for my dog-biscuits, i think we have the best small, fast and efficient OS this side of the Black Stump...WOOF!
Most developers value honest and constructive feedback, so why not visit the forums and share your thoughts? You can help to have bugs squashed or improvements made and it's fun to be involved!
Nice to say thanks, too - a bit of encouragement never hurts ;-)
This site exists to host files for the convenience of our developers and the community. PuppyLinux Stuff is mainly for developers' puplets, package files and what-have-you, whatever the members have created.
Listed on the left are developers' directories, which are home to their .isos and scripts, .sfs, .pet or .tar.gz packages that they've put together for Puppy, many of which include drivers for specific hardware or kernel versions...other folders contain just puplets that i've uploaded.
For detailed information on specific puplets and files, just search the PuppyLinux forums here - we are fortunate to have a very strong support community and new users are always welcome.
PUPPYLINUX FOR WORK AND PLAY - HAVE FUN!