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The Linux Distribution Archive is a growing collection of media for the installation of Linux on various systems from the past 20 years. Since its formation in the early 1990s, the open source nature of Linux has ensured great variation in the release of distributions, including variations on floppy disk, CD-ROM, DVD-ROM and online-only.

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An offering from ETP and based on BarryKâs Quirky April 7.0.1 x86_64 k 3.17.4 Its main attributes are: 1. Speed. 2. Straight to HDD/SSD install, with boot provided by a separate 4MB hybrid ISO image. 3. The Main image is in tar.gz form and is to be copied onto an empty 10G f2fs partition (sda8 in the screenshots) then simply extracted in situ. Boot is from a 4 Meg hybrid ISO that contains the kernel. The ISO can be written to any old USB stick/SD card > 4Meg or CDR if preferred. 4....
Topics: Puppy Linux, Rapidpup, Quirky, April, ETP
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An interesting build from ETP chromecast_pup is a specialised Pup for anyone who owns or intends to buy a Chromecast. I have found that my own is excellent with YouTube but rather poor with the experimental feature of casting a browser tab. It really comes into its own however when used with Videostream to cast local video/audio files to your TV. Even better, fellow audiophiles can also use it to stream quality audio to their Hi-Fi. If the audio kit lacks a HDMI input (Valve/Tube amps generally...
Topics: Puppy Linux, chromecast_pup, chromecast, quirky tahr, ETP
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DLNA Quirky Werewolf64 Pup for Smart TVs The primary purpose of this Pup is to act as preconfigured self-contained DLNA server. No special setup is required.  To that end it contains a third 7.9GB f2fs partition (The media “pool”) with 7.1GB of free space.  Three test videos are already present on that partition.  The target device is a 32GB USB2 or USB3 stick but see the first item in the FAQ.  Thanks go to BarryK for his Quirky Werewolf64 7.3.2 (Released 15th Nov) upon which this Pup...
Topics: Puppy Linux, DLNA, Quirky, Werewolf64, ETP