Wary Puppy 5.1 final
Wary Puppy 5.1 has been released. Brief announcement:
Wary Puppy is our Puppy Linux variant that targets support for older hardware, especially in the areas of video and analog modem dialup. Wary Puppy 5.1 is a bugfix and minor upgrade of Wary 5.0.
The default kernel is now the long-term-supported 126.96.36.199. The PET package repository is still small but is growing, with many major applications added to it. For a “minor upgrade”, rather a lot of applications have been upgraded, as well as one new one, the ‘Wcpufreq’ CPU frequency scaling tool. There have been numerous tweaks in the underlying infrastructure.
More detailed announcement and release notes:
Here is a frontend to the download site:
The default recommended live-CD (122.9MB):
The ‘devx’ SFS file (105.5MB):
An alternative build with 188.8.131.52 uniprocessor “ide” kernel (124.5MB):
If you have previously downloaded Wary 5.0, then small delta files are available for an easier download:
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