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Fatdog64 700b2

November 05, 2014 — BarryK
Kirk and James continue to advance with this superb fork of Puppy. Well, the fork was years ago, and Fatdog64 has matured into a very distinct distro, with significant improvements and refinements relative to the puppies.

Most importantly, Fatdog64 is for 64-bit Intel machines, which is most desktop PCs and laptops these days.

It is also designed to bootup on modern "win8" machines, that have UEFI firmware, as well as traditonal BIOS machines -- I will post my experience on that soon.

If you would like to be involved in testing of the latest beta, 700b2, go here:

if you would like to read what Fatdog64 is all about:

Tags: linux