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Puppy Linux Community Home - Getting Started

Puppy Linux Community Home - Getting Started
Overview and Getting Started More about the Puppy project Linux is a free operating system, and Puppy Linux is a special build of Linux meant to make computing easy and fast. Puppy Linux enables you to save money while doing more work, even allowing you to do magic by recovering data from destroyed PCs or by removing malware from Windows. See these example articles: recovering files from Windows and safe Internet banking with Puppy Linux. With Puppy Linux, you can carry your programs and data anywhere.

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WtRPM: A Web-based (Wt) suite to power up/down your computers - mupuf.org Over the past last month or so, I have been work­ing on cre­at­ing the hard­ware and the soft­ware needed to be able to boot/re­boot/hard re­boot my com­put­ers at home. The rea­son I need this is that I am go­ing away for a few months, away from my com­put­ers, and I would like to be able to keep on re­verse en­gi­neer­ing nvidia’s ptherm. A pos­si­ble soft­ware-only so­lu­tion is to use Wake-On-Lan to boot up the com­puter re­motely, ssh to con­nect to the com­puter, grub-re­boot to se­lect the ker­nel to boot on at the next re­boot and fi­nally, the watch­dog to re­boot the com­puter when it crashes. If it seems to you like a pain to use, I def­i­nitely agree! So, a hard­ware-based so­lu­tion seems more in­ter­est­ing!

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