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PostPosted: Sun 12 Mar 2017, 23:32    Post subject: Puppy's Developers would like some help  

Puppy's Dev would like some help. I am surprised that forces on Puppy linux forum are escaping to draw users to Debian or Antix projects !
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PostPosted: Sat 18 Mar 2017, 06:19    Post subject:  

For those who want to try a much more 'polished' DebianLive I can recommend "PointLinux"
http://pointlinux.org/download.html?version=3.2&flavour=xfce&suite=full&arch=32&direct=true
I'm running the XFCE version Live now (1GB ISO)
Debian (official) has a rather strict policy not to add 'non-free' components, e.g. by default it's not even enabled in /etc/apt/sources.list, you have to add it manually (contrib non-free)
Pointlinux has included non-free components and therefore has much more firmware included (e.g. for WiFi) and also customized desktop (XFCE with Whisker-menu).

Maybe I will take Pointlinux as a base in HowTo about creating porteus-boot initrd, not sure yet.

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