Puppy Linux is a unique family of Linux distributions meant for the home-user computers. It was originally created by Barry Kauler in 2003.
Puppy Linux is not a single Linux distribution like Debian. Puppy Linux is also not a Linux distribution with multiple flavours, like Ubuntu (with its variants of Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu, etc) though it also comes in flavours.
Puppy Linux is a collection of multiple Linux distributions, built on the same shared principles, built using the same set of tools, built on top of a unique set of puppy specific applications and configurations and generally speaking provide consistent behaviours and features, no matter which flavours you choose.
|Based On||Architecture||Latest Version|
|Raspbian Buster||armhf 32-bit||Raspup 8.2.0|
|Ubuntu Bionic||x86 32-bit||BionicPup32 8.0|
|Ubuntu Bionic 64||x86_64 64-bit||BionicPup64 8.0|
|Ubuntu Xenial||x86 32-bit||XenialPup 7.5|
|Ubuntu Xenial 64||x86_64 64-bit||XenialPup64 7.5|
|Slackware 14.1||x86 32-bit||Slacko Puppy 6.3.2|
|Slackware64 14.1||x86_64 64-bit||Slacko64 Puppy 6.3.2|
|Ubuntu Tahr||x86 32-bit||Tahrpup 6.0.5|
|Ubuntu Tahr 64||x86_64 64-bit||Tahrpup64 6.0.5|
|Disk Type||Live Disk|