[SATLUG] Puppy Linux

country glenn.toothman at gmail.com
Sat Mar 15 19:11:58 CDT 2008

hahah well, I've been around UNIX and Linux since about 88, and love it,
hahahaha, have grown with it..   I like Puppy because it does everything in
the install script, hahaha, I can just play like a user and just push
buttons hahahahaha

hooking to the net was real simple and has a skad of stuff you can download
to make the thing as good or better than any user based system put out by

On Sat, Mar 15, 2008 at 7:04 PM, Dennis Myhand <dmyhand at suddenlink.net>

> country wrote:
> > Got a real case of the redass at microsloth today, and my new laptop now
> > runs Puppy, real easy install and is faster easier and graphics are
> tighter
> > than anything M$ could come up with..
> >
> > I got trojaned on the laptop, and some bozo tried to change my
> filesystems
> > from NTFS to FAT32, and screwed up everything, and then Windoze XP would
> not
> > do a full install, had to reformat the whole thing and about that time
> went
> > to my other machine downloaded puppy booted to it and set it up
> >
> > Am much happier now, and the pills will kick in anytime hahahahaha
> >
> Remember the old Saturday Night Live knock-off on ABC called Fridays?
> They had a druggist who was always hyper and shouting, "TAKE A PILL."  I
> had a student this week who just got nailed by the bot people and saw an
> install of Solaris 10 I had running and said, "I want that!"  The next
> question he asked was would the viruses which affect windows affect
> Solaris and I told him no.  Then he asked how much it cost and told him
> it was a free download.  So far he seems happy.
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