Now then; let's see if I can answer a few of your questions. I'm in Tahr64 myself at the moment, so here goes...
Brasero, I've never used it; most people tend to use Puppy's own pBurn for doing isos, multi-session discs and stuff (you'll find it in the Menu>Multimedia section). pBurn has a tab specifically for doing multi-session discs; several of the 'Puppy' forum veterans run multi-session discs all the time, actually. It's how the majority of people used to run Puppy, in the early days, 10-12 years ago.....and there's an entire forum sub-section dedicated specifically to the multi-session stuff.
The firewall; hmm. It's only recently been upgraded, and a lot of people don't like it, me included! If you uncheck the top 'tick-box', it then allows you to uncheck another one, which in turn allows you to access all the options. Frankly, it's rather cumbersome now, compared to how it was a little while back.
Quickpet, and the 'bugfixes'; yep, that's standard procedure for this 'Pup'. I don't know why Phil did it this way; with the original 32-bit Tahrpup 6.0, back in November 2014, Quickpet was there from the word go. There's been a bit of a sea-change in the way the current Puppy releases have been constructed; lots of changes, and it's taking most folk a while to get used to them!
Puppy as root; oh, yes. Basically, you don't use 'sudo'; Puppy will not recognise it, since the Puppy version of bash doesn't include it.....and this is in spite of many Pups being built on a 'buntu code-base. There's an article by BK himself here, that you might find interesting; most seasoned Linux users seem to be frightened to death by the idea of running as root all the time; (shades of Windows, I guess..!)
As for holding mouse buttons down to see right-click menus, well; in all honesty, I'm not sure what you mean by that one. You'll need to explain a bit more what you're trying to do. Is it the right-hand 'tray' icons you're referring to?
You'll find the Puppy Linux Forums are a gold-mine of information when it comes to a lot of this kind of thing.....and we're a very friendly bunch! Drop round and see us, at
You'll find all the help you could ever want, as there's still every forum post available that's ever been made since its formation back in 2005.....and we don't make people feel like idiots for asking basic questions, the way some forums do! Seriously, there is a lot of highly useful information there, if you don't mind 'digging' a little.
Hope that helps to clarify matters a wee bit for you, anyway.
Edited by Mike_Walsh, 30 May 2016 - 08:27 PM.
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