Puppy Linux

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Puppy Linux
OS family Unix-like
Source model Open source
License Free software licenses
(mainly GPL)

Puppy Linux is an operating system for computers. It is based on GNU/Linux and it is completely free and is open source software. Puppy Linux is sometimes called a mini distribution because of its size (approximately 100MB) when compared to other GNU/Linux operating systems such as Ubuntu.

Puppy Linux, which was started by Barry Kauler in June 2003, runs well on low-end personal computers (some of which have less than 32MB RAM.)

Currently (May 2009) the latest version of this Linux distibution is Puppy Linux 4.2 "Deep Thought."

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