April 9, 2015 - Barry Kauler, creator of Puppy Linux, released his latest Quirky version 7.0.3 with code name April.
Barry's goals in building Quirky are:
Read this to explore the more technical goals of Quirky.
Follow the Forum discussion of the latest Quirky release.
INSTALL QUIRKY (TRY THE INSTALL AT YOUR OWN RISK!)
To be able to use Quirky 7.0.3, you must install it WHILE USING LINUX. An easy way to get into Linux is to install it in Windows (XP, Vista or 7) with this build of Puppy.
Use GParted (under the System menu) to build a Linux partition of at least 2 GB (the safest is to use a flash drive for this).
Follow the install instructions.
Note: Do not forget to have Quirky check for updates after successfully booting it.
Added by raffy April 9, 2015 (8:00PM)
February 6, 2015 UPDATE - Note that the new files are numbered 6.0.2.
October 26, 2014 - Tahrpup 6.0 is released by 666philb in the Forum.
Tahrpup uses Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Trusty Tahr packages and includes the bugfixes and improvements from the woof CE build system. It is compatible with Ubuntu 14.04 packages. The Linux kernel version is 3.14.20.
Report bugs in the Forum.
Added by raffy October 26, 2014 (10:00PM)
October 26, 2014 - QUICK UPDATE: Fatdog64 700 beta 2 is released, see the Forum discussion.
Since July 2010, Kirk and Jamesbond have been releasing new versions and updates of Fatdog64 (64-bit Puppy Linux). Each major release has matching PETs and SFSs. Go to Fatdog64's website for a quick start.
The Linux kernel is always the cutting-edge version at the time of release and the window manager is Openbox /LXPanel. Fatdog has always included the latest Firefox, GIMP (image editor), and KINO (video editor). Its default wallpaper started with the classic Seagull that was with Puppy Linux version 1. Fatdog may be traditional in looks but it is bleeding-edge in content!
Download the newest ISO from ibiblio (click here to open the ISO folder) - note that the most recent build uses the highest version number. Additional packages like PETs are installed from the package manager, while SFS can be downloaded from here - to use SFS, copy to /mnt/home and reboot (this assumes that you are already using a save file). Read here about the SFS.
March 9, 2014 - The developers group led by 01micko has released the latest build of Slacko Puppy, version 5.7.
Open ibiblio.org folder of Slacko 5.7 and choose your preferred ISO*.
Open nluug.nl folder of Slacko 5.7 and choose your preferred ISO*.
ISO Size: 161 MB
* Note: The PAE build is for enabling full access to installed RAM in PAE-enabled, high-memory machines. Non-PAE is for older PCs with at least 256 MB RAM (512 MB is recommended).
The new Slacko Puppy 5.7:
The older releases of Slacko are shown below:
August 3, 2013 - A version 5.7.1 update of Precise Puppy is now available. Precise Puppy is a Long Term Supported release, following Ubuntu Precise Pangolin's LTS attribute. The kernel version of the standard release is 3.9.11 (PAE, i686) while an older kernel 3.2.48 (i486, no PAE ) is used with the retro release (the retro has many device drivers, including analog modem drivers).
Download the RETRO precise-5.7.1-retro.iso here or there, size = 201 MB, md5sum = 8c1d7db20a055fe847ed954fc246e078. NOTE: This has additional drivers, including analog modem drivers, and has Opera as additional browser for PCs with 256 MB or less random-access memory (RAM).
March 3, 2013 - System-level updates for RacyPuppy (home-grown Puppy for new PCs) have been made by Barry Kauler, creator of Puppy Linux. Open this folder for ISO download and release notes of the new RacyPuppy version 5.5.
April 5, 2012 - Racy Puppy has been updated to version 5.3. It is Wary with new Xorg 7.6 and kernel 3.0.25 - a version of Wary enhanced to run on new PCs, see the announcement by Barry Kauler. There is now greater support for internationalization, and lots of bugs have been fixed. Language "langpacks" are now available with included translations for both the system and applications.
NOTE: If you can't boot Racy, then try Wary - it also has dial-up modem drivers (not included in Racy).
March 3, 2013 - System-level updates for WaryPuppy (home-grown Puppy for older PCs) have been made by Barry Kauler, creator of Puppy Linux. Open this folder for ISO download and release notes of the new WaryPuppy version 5.5.
April 5, 2012 - Wary Puppy 5.3 is released, see the announcement by Barry Kauler. There is now greater support for internationalization, and lots of bugs have been fixed. Language "langpacks" are now available with included translations for both the system and applications. It has also been updated to version 18.104.22.168 of the LTS kernel.
For former releases and additional list of Wary characteristics, read more below:
Use EXE installer to install Puppy Linux in Windows PC. This involves downloading an exe installer and then clicking on it (the usual way of installing programs in Windows). Find the version you like through the links below:
The installer will add (1) Linux to your Windows boot dialogue and (2) Grub menu for choosing how to use Puppy Linux. Also, two directories will be added to your hard drive: a "boot" directory containing the boot scripts, plus a "puppy" folder containing the Puppy Linux files.
Windows boot dialog after installation
Grub menu for options in booting Puppy Linux
(Don't use save file when making its backup or investigating problems.)
August 17, 2011 - Lucid Puppy Coordinator Playdayz announced: "[Lucid Puppy] 5.2.8 is the fastest, friendliest, and most fun Lucid yet. It is the fastest because it is the first Lucid [Puppy] to use the C and ffmpeg libraries optimized for i686 computers .. It is the friendliest because special attention has been devoted to the user experience.. 5.2.8 uses the Roxterm console which has copy and paste and other features like a text editor.. uses an entirely new Control Panel that makes it easier to customize and configure Lucid to one’s liking.. 5.2.8 includes more wallpapers and themes than any previous Lucid."
"In addition to the faster libraries, there are new and updated firmware and drivers for many devices, courtesy of forum member tempestuous. Further, the hardware detection and configuration routines have been extensively tested and enhanced by forum member rerwin.. Finally, the overall look and feel, the friendly and fun stuff, has been influenced by forum member pemasu [in whose] honor, [Lucid Puppy] 5.2.8 is nicknamed Finlandia."
Download Lucid Puppy 5.2.8 from here, 129 MB, md5sum = f04ec9ef3540be8e50d0a24c512e1309
Torrent (thanks to mchlbk)
July 24, 2011 - ISpup is here, an industrial-strength, optimized and enhanced Quirky-120 NOP.
Forum member TLM has released ISpup and hosted the ISO at his site revolutionvoice.com. ISpup is based on the nice and WIN-looking NOP, which in turn is based on Quirky 120. There are many software updates in ISpup, including Firefox 5 and a number of tricks to make your computing more productive and fun.