New versions of Puppy have been released, and this time it’s the turn of the popular Wary spin of the distro. The low-powered alternative is designed to work on much older systems, while Racy is designed to be able to run on somewhat newer systems, yet still be lightweight.
Main updates have been done on Woof, the base that is used to build the different Puppy versions, and Wary is sticking to the 2.6.y kernel branch. This optimise’s it for single core, i486 processors, where as Racy is now on 3.0.y, with the aim of working much better multi core i686 CPUs.
You can download the new versions from the Puppy Linux website.