Barry Kauler's Puppy Linux distribution has a new child, or better a pup, named Slacko and based on the Slackware Linux 13.37 operating system.
Destined to be on of the official flagship puppies, the new Puppy Linux "Slacko" is binary compatible with Slackware 13.37 and build with packages from Salix, Slacky and Slackware repositories.
"Slacko is built from a "Puppy builder" system named Woof, which can build a Puppy Linux distribution from the binary packages of any other distro. There are many "puppies" built with Woof, including Lucid, Wary, Racy, FatDog, and Slacko." - was stated in the release notes.
Puppy Linux "Slacko" 5.3 is powered by Linux kernel 220.127.116.11 compiled with layered filesystem support and Aufs. It also features a rebuilt GtkDialog, Simple Network Setup, Network Wizard and Frisbee Network Manager for Wi-Fi connections.
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