Well, I gotta add my two cents.
I'm running two veterans here. My main box is a 2004 Compaq Presario desktop PC (pre-HP....just). Athlon64 X2 3800+ dual-core, 3 GB DDR1 RAM, WD 500 GB HDD and built-in ATI Radeon graphics. Currently multi-booting around 10 Puppies, with many common apps running from a remote partition, sym-linked into each Pup where it expects to find 'em. PSU upgraded from the original generic 'silver box' around 18 months ago.
And the other? A Dell Inspiron lappie; an original 1100 from 2002/3. 2.6 GHz Pentium 4, 1.5 GB DDR1 RAM, 64 GB KingSpec IDE/PATA SSD and Intel 'Extreme' graphics. Like all older lappies, plenty of room inside for regular maintenance.....of which it's had plenty since we bought it new direct from Dell. Currently quad-booting four Pups, with the same remote app set-up as the Compaq. It's just on its third battery pack, and its second 'power brick'.....and the original CMOS battery was replaced around 9 months ago.
Both have had the CPUs upgraded; the Compaq for all of £8.73p off eBay, and the P4 costing me the princely sum of £7.26p. Both, too, run multiple Windows graphics apps under WINE, and a number of AppImages, as well. Many of the WINE apps I've built my own menu entries for, since they're portables, and run from anywhere except the WINE container.....
Since using Puppy for the last 2 1/2 years, I'm having more fun than I've had for decades..!
I have a HP Compaq 2510p Intel Core 2 Duo U7600 1.20GHz Ultra Low Voltage processor Memory: 2GB DDR2 SDRAM, The hard drive in it died a long time ago now it boots Puppy Linux ( Tahr Pup ) from a live CD with a small save file, and I love it, in fact its my fav PC, now if only I could figure out how to put Unity desktop on it.
I know Pup's versatile, Nick, but I think you're asking a wee bit too much, there...
I reckon you'd be looking at an fairly extended 'lib hunt', somehow..!
Edited by Mike_Walsh, 29 April 2017 - 06:24 PM.
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