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Add PupBeGone to 1.07
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Mr Doolie

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PostPosted: Thu 22 Dec 2005, 02:35    Post subject:  Add PupBeGone to 1.07  

Two different downloads of Multi-session Puppy.

A full-blown (Normal 60 Meg) puppy with PupBeGone built in.

A teeny-tiny OS-Only Puppy for people who want to install just what they actually use. The description could say "This is a 10 Meg version of Puppy for advanced users. You will need an internet connection and some way of saving data (a pup001 file on your hard drive) to use this version unless all you want is the basic Linux OS and nothing else. You will find all the basic Puppy applications and much more in the Pupget section."

With the OS-Only version people out there could easliy build custom puppys and share their pupxxx files. Browser Puppy and Game Puppy and Mame Puppy and so on.

Just a thought.






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