Updating slackware 14
Some derivative distributions, called puplets, come with default window managers other than JWM.When the operating system boots, everything in the Puppy package uncompresses into a RAM area, the "ramdisk".It has a new UI, a new kernel update for greater hardware compatibility, redesign Puppy Package Manager, some bugfixes and base packages inclusion into the woof structure.Puppy's compact size allows it to boot from any media that the computer can support.For example, if you have a new device and it's not recognized by your default kernel.There is a chance a new kernel may have support for your new device.
Woof includes some binaries and software derived from Ubuntu, Debian, Slackware, T2 SDE, or Arch repositories.
Puppy 1 series will run comfortably on very dated hardware, such as a Pentium computer with at least 32 MB RAM.
For newer systems, the USB keydrive version might be better (although if USB device booting is not directly supported in the BIOS, the Puppy floppy boot disk can be used to kick-start it).
Puppy 5 came with a stripped down version of the Midori browser to be used for reading help files and a choice of web browsers to be installed, including Chromium, Firefox, Sea Monkey Internet Suite, Iron and Opera.
Puppy 6 is built from Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr packages, has binary compatibility with Ubuntu 14.04 and access to the Ubuntu package repositories.