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- Feb 2011
As far as Puppy goes (and this I did mention before) it lacks a lot of the tools needed to meet my needs. I tried 'Debianizing' it so it could compile some gnome based tools (I've had no issues in the past doing this to make a KDE use nautilus and synaptic which I prefer over Konqueor and whatever KDE package manager is). Puppy is light weight and it does run completely in RAM but, if I can't even install the programs I want to use there's really no point. I'd rather forfeit GDE and RAM loading if it means getting the programs I want to work to work.