Installation reports 2 (from No.101 - No.200)

Following comments are translated mechanically.


CPU: Mobile intel(R) Celeron 1066MHz, RAM: 248MB, Xserver: Xorg is NG but OK on version3.1, Xvesa is OK (1024x768x16), LAN Card: NEC Access Technica.Ltd Aterm WL54AG-SD, Puppy's version: 4.00-Japanse alpha edition


Puppy easily recognized wireless LAN card. Code mode AES is uselessness (NG), WPA-PSK(TKIP) is OK. 11 mode = b+g, Uptime is one minute and 40 seconds in CD+USB thumb drive. Because the anti-virus software is updated automatically, and it is made to wait by about five minutes in windowsXP, it is large thanks to Mr. Puppy. I entirely use it for the WEB inspection. Hereafter, I want to go in that doesn't come by using Puppy reading the forum. Best regards.

- king61 -

102: HITACHI [ pc8ns3 ]

CPU: 1000 MHz, RAM: 256MB, Graphics Card: i830, Xserver: Xorg(1024x768x24), LAN Card: wn-g54 cbmb, Puppy's version: 3.01


I installed wine1.0 in Puppy. Many Windows software run. I had a hard time in wn-g54 cbmb wireless LAN card. Prism54 doesn't operate. Ndiswrapper doesn't operate either. When installed of the previous version, and the driver for XP of IODATA was handled, it operated. It is feeling. Move to a comprehensible place, it is OK because there is a file in wine/drive_c/windows/system32/drivers. 4.0 Xvesa did not use the resolution and was not good.

- Fukutomi Kenji -

103: HITACHI [FLORA 270SX(NH8) ]

CPU: Celeron333MHz, RAM: 192 or 256MB, Graphic Card: ATI 3D RAGE(Onboard), Xserver: Xorg(1024x768x24), LAN Card: Onboard, Puppy's version: Puppy-301-jp


Though I was using WindowsXP with second-hand FLORA, because operation was heavy, I challenged KNOPPIX3.3 (CD considerably gotten ahead) or UBUNTU expecting might lightness if it was LINUX. However, it did not move at all. I see Puppy in the mail news of something. Even the HDD installation is completion because it moves according to the desire when trying.

- -B- -

104: Panasonic [ CF-W2 DW1AXR 004 ]

760 Megabytes Installed Memory, Onboard 256MB + 512MB, 1.1GHz Pentium M, 64 kilobyte primary memory cache, 1024 kilobyte secondary memory cache, MATSHITA UJDA757 DVD/CDRW


Though LAN/WLAN both are recognized, I do not understand the method of setting proxy and cannot connect Web.


105: Scratched Build [ M/B:Jetway694TAS*C/S:ApolloPro133A ]

CPU: Celeron1400MHz(Tualatin), RAM: 320MB, Graphics Card: ATi-RAGE Fury Pro/Xpert2000pro, Xserver: Xorg(1280x1024x24), LAN Card: I-O DATA ET100-PCI-L, Puppy's version: 3.01


This PC is which I used for 3.01 file confirmation at the same time when I translate Dingo. I usually use it in Win98SE as a machine for exclusive use of CAD drafting. Because it is a PC for exclusive use of the software to start by DOS. It is refrained from the use in Linux, for not touch a system drive if possible.

I mounted it and was able to use HDD or MO drive of the SCSI connection, too.

- Oresama -

106: SONY [ VAIO PCG-505EX/64 ]

CPU: MMXPentium 233MHz, RAM: 64MB, Graphics Card: NeoMagic MagicGraph128ZV+(NM2097), Xserver: Xorg(800x600x16), LAN Card: PCcard PCI ENW-3503-T, Puppy's version: 3.01


HDD broke though my PC was bought from Yahoo auction. Recovering WIN95 and up-grade to WIN98 troublesomely left me. However, from my past investment (falling PC's repair, kid divides the liquid crystal, Japanese Sake is spilt in the keyboard, breakdown of drive in FDD), I am attached to my computer, so I set my mind on reuseing it.

As there is no CD drive that can be started in this PC, I removed HDD from it and tried installing Puppy from another desktop PC. On the console after starting Puppy from live CD, I typed below;

1. cfdisk /dev/hdc
2. mkfs -L -C /dev/hdc2
3. mkswap
4. mount -a

I selected "FULL" from a universal setup and wrote in MBR to put GRUB on/hdc2 along the installer, and set HDD to VAIO. When starting PC, message of "Kernel panic not syncing:" appeared and was not good.

Next, I selected "FRUGAL", but neither "menu.lst" nor "NEWGRUBTEXT" are found. There is "/boot" in "/boot"... I repeated trial and error. " File Not Found" only displayed, though selected "/hda1" and "/hda2" of the boot loader. When about ready to give up, I found "Puppy Linux 301 frugl" in the bottom of boot loader menu.

Linux is an initial experience for me. I study very much. It was necessary to peruse the manual in the beginning.It is not bad to use by hibernation though note PC like the fossil.

When installed ubuntu 7.1, I had the impression as if communicating in the moonship. Compare with ubuntu, Puppy has a great difference. I want to study Linux little by little with this VAIO. Report end the above.

- yama -

107: Casio [ Cassiopeia Fiva MPC-206 ]

CPU: Crusoe TM5600 (600MHz),RAM: 304MB(64MB+256MB-16MB(Crusoe syserm area)), Graphics Card: SiliconMotionLynx EM+(2MB), Xserver: Xorg(800x600x16), LAN Card: internal、RealTek8129/8139, Puppy's version: Puppy4.00JP-Beta


I reported it's OK with version 3.01 before. Even 4.00Beta works without a problem. What I noticed in a difference with 3.01 is as follows.

1. Puppy started even did not attach "ide1=0x190" option from maker genuine PCMCIA connection CD-ROM drive(I think).

2. Canna started in particular up with a "hankaku/zenkaku" key even if did not set it (3.01 started Anthy in Ctrl+Space).

3. A Japanese folder and file name of the USB memory which I used in WindowsXP were displayed normally.

It is more easy to have come to use Puppy-JP for me of the Windows user. I thank development and people of translation!

- yaji -

108: Mitsubishi(HP OEM)[ Apricot ]

CPU: Pentium 550MHz, RAM: 131072KB, Xserver: Xorg(800x600x24), 1024x768x16 is OK, but I use 800x600 resolution as display chars are too small, Puppy's version: 3.01


My motive of Puppy's installing was because I wanted to get away from the world of Windows that a resource to demand rose whenever I revised it. I gave FreeBSD to the candidate and I read books and studied first. I got the screen which nearly 1 hour was finally seen in for setting of Xorg. However, Puppy started Xorg plainly without such trouble. A terrible single word gets convenience of the setting, lightness and the usability of the movement.

Because I heard that Damnsmall Linux 4.2 were light, I introduced it. However, the interface peculiar to this OS is distinctive and does not go for some reason nicely. If interface of the DSL seems not to be improved, I want to use Puppy after this.

But there is a problem. Internet Connection is not possible from modem. This is my (a beginner) guess, and a phone line of my home is a pulse line. May the setting of the modem of Puppy be set by a tone dial? I think.

- Ima Kikou -

109: EPSON [ Direct EDi Cube(TP715LR) ]

CPU: PentiumIII 700MHz, RAM: 256MB(PC100,128MBx2), Xserver: Xorg(800x600x24), 1024x768x16 is OK, but I use 800x600 resolution as display chars are too small, LAN card: 10/100M(Realtek), Puppy's version: 3.01


A terrible single word gets convenience of the setting of Puppy, lightness and the usability of the movement.

- Ima Kikou -


CPU: Celeron 440MHz, RAM: 128MB, Graphics Card: Onboard, Xserver: Xorg(1024x768x24), LAN Card: WLI-PCM-L11, Puppy's version: 4.00 JP Beta


Even if PC memory is small, it operates comfortably. I installed Firefox3. it operates with stability though it takes a while to start. Though I'm OK with SeaMonkey, new skin was not able to be installed....

About streaming replay (.pls file), the error occured in Gxine and it was NG, I installed Xine.

The wireless is steady by ten WEP hexadecimal digits. It was possible to communicate non-encrypt in WLI-CB-B11. To my regret, WLI-CB-G54 was dying an honorable death.

Visual is wonderful recently. I am especially favorite in the black style. It doesn't stand out even if the liquid crystal is old.

Anyway, Puppy is happy to use. I am indebted in the future.

- stonedpc -

111: TOSHIBA [ Dynabook DB55C/2CMN ]

CPU: Coppermine Celeron 550MHz, RAM: 128MB, Graphics Card: S3, server: vesa(800x600x24), LAN Card: Corega CB-TXD(Realtek (RTL8139C), Puppy's version: 4.00JP-Beta


I was looking for OS(environment) that operate on Junk reproduction PC only as for SVGA in the WindowsMe age, and discovered LiveCD of Puppy3.01JP.

Because I thought it is interesting for a moment, I found 4.00JP-beta again and installed it. Especially, a big problem is not and moves, too.

I installed it from universal installer in HDD with frugal.

I am BSD (chiefly FreeBSD) originally user. I know about Linux only Etch and RHEL3 of Debian. As I do not know Lunux well and am puzzled about compositions not irregular(?)by having put it in busybox, e3editor and frugal mode, I am roughly satisfied Puppy.

PET is easy and is convenience. Is it also good to use binary package though only the package management of the style that does make has been used up to now like ports? It might be comprehensible and be kind to the person who came from Windows that there is GUI front end.

After all, I'm not comfortable "root login" though I looked over FAQ.

Because my PC is not hardware that can drive the application program that originally uses OpenGL enough, either it is no problem though I use X11 with vesa. I'm not feel that slowness so much (though it is not faster).

Is it good because there are a mounter and pburn of the drive also for the data rescue when the person who is using Windows doesn't start due to the trouble? Is it wasteful to say that much?

I began still just to use puppy. I am sorry for being not able to write it is this year like a conventional impression sentence. It will variously examine in the future, and it embezzles for a while.

- tsakai -

112: Scratchbuild PC [ MB AX3S ] and SONY [ VAIO PCV-R52 ]

[Scratchbuild] CPU: Cel/800MHz, RAM: 512MB, Graphics Card: Geforce2 MX200, Xserver: Xorg(1600x1200x16), LAN Card: Realtek 100M, Puppy's version: 3.01jp

[SONY] CPU: Cel/500M, RAM: 384M, Video Chip: i810


Both can be easily used.

- orion -

113: FUJITSU [ C/50L ]

CPU: P3 500MHz, RAM: 512MB, Graphics Card: ATI3D RAGE LT, Xserver: Xorg and vesa both OK,(1024x768x24), LAN Card: RTL8139, Puppy's version: 4.0J


I confirmed CD boot of Puppy. However, I couldn't confirm USB boot.

- O -

114: ASUS [ Eee PC 4G-X / 4G-XU ]

CPU: Intel mobile ( Centrom 900MHz? ), RAM: 512MB, Graphics Card: Intel tip, Xserver: Xorg(needed 915resolution): 800x480x24, LAN Card: Internal cable, Wireless LAN, Puppy's version: Puppy Linux 3 / 4


Built-in SSD as is Windows, I installed Puppy Linux into SDHC and can use it. Cable broadcasting LAN / wireless LAN / Fn keys / Audio / Web camera(Only as for Puppy 3) and the resolution are not recognized at an installation stage, but I come to work by the installation such as each pet files.

The details:

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115: Sun Microsystems [ Sun xVM VirtualBox GUI version 1.6.2 ]

I confirmed the virtual machine environment.

CPU: Depend on a PC, RAM: Depend on a PC( The setting of the memory allotment is possible, too), Graphics Card: Depend on a PC, Xserver: Xvesa : 640x480x16〜1600x1200x24, LAN Card: Depend on a PC( The adapter type that Puppy recognizes has a choice ), Puppy's version: Puppy Linux 4.00-JP


It feels such as a free VMware. Puppy runs in one window. Not to mention Windows, there is the MacOS X and various Unix system OS, too. is English site, but the application becomes the Japanese indication. I do not have to burn it in CD-R to be able to mount a distributed iso file as a CD/DVD-ROM drive.

The OS type is "Linux 2.6" when I make a newly virtual machine. I can install it by installation to the hard disk as usual without doing a special thing afterward.

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116: VMware, Inc.[ VMware Player version 2.0.4 ]

I confirmed the virtual machine environment.

CPU: Depend on a PC, RAM: Depend on a PC( The setting of the memory allotment is possible, too), Graphics Card: Depend on a PC, Xserver: Xvesa: 640x480x16〜1920x1440x24, LAN Card: Depend on a PC, Puppy's version: Puppy Linux 3.01-JP / 4.00-JP


Free distribution of VMware. Puppy runs in one window.

Because VMware Player cannot generate the virtual machine alone, QEMU is necessary separately. Starting Live-CD from CD or DVD drive and install it in a virtual machine.

"acpi=off" is necessary for Boot option.

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117: FUJITSU [ M5/807 ]

CPU: Duron800MHz, RAM: 512MB, Graphics Card: ATI3D RAGE 128PRO 4XL, Xserver: Xorg、vesa are both OK,1024x768x24, LAN Card: RTL8139, Puppy's version: 4.0J


I was able to confirm CD boot, but not USB boot.

- O -

118: NEC [ LT500/3D ]

CPU: P3 1GHz, RAM: 512MB, Graphics Card: ATI3D Mobility Radeon, Xserver: Xorg、vesa are both OK,1024x768x24, LAN Card: RTL8139, Puppy's version: 4.0J


I was able to confirm CD boot, but not USB boot.

- O -

119: HP [ compaq nx9030 ]

CPU: Celeron M 1.5MHz, RAM: 512MB, Xserver: Xorg, 1024x768x24, LAN Card: Wireless Corega WL54GL driver rt2500, Puppy's version: 4.0J RC


I was able to use only 11M wireless LAN in Puppy3.01J. However, 54M wireless LAN came to be usable since 4.0J. Setting is easily done than I thought and is perfect. From CD and HDD installation, Puppy is usable without a problem. It runs also comfortable.

- cow -

120: IBM [ NetVista (used PC) ]

CPU: 797MHz, RAM: 512MB, Graphics Card: Intel Corporation 82810E DC-133 CGC [Chipset Graphics Controller], Xserver: Xorg, 1024x768x24, LAN Card: IBM 10/100 EtherJet PCI Adapter, Puppy's version: puppy-4.00-k2.6.21.7-seamonkey


Generally my main work is enough in emacs in FreeBSD and shell. It is only an X server that I expect to a desktop. I used Windows XP + Xming for a long time, but I decided to stop use of Windows. In acquaintance with the world, I cannot simplify the perfection abolition of Windows even if I say so. Therefore I decided to run Windows on VMware.

In other words my matter is 3 of the next.

(1) Can easily use the unidentified LAN card.
(2) A 1024x768 screen and jp106 keyboard are easily usable.
(3) Can be the host OS of VMware.

Because My favorite BSD Linux did not satisfy No.3, so I rejected it. As a result of having tried some Linux distros, Puppy matched me most.

OS - (1) (2) (3)

SLAX - (1)OK (2)NG (3)OK
KNOPPIX - (1)NG (2)OK (3)?
DSL - (1)OK (2)funny color (3)?
Ubuntu - (1)NG (2)NG (3)?
Puppy - (1)OK (2)OK (3)OK

- ItoKaz -

121: EPOX [ EP-8KTA2 ]

CPU: Mobile AMD Athlon 4 900MHz, RAM: 512MB, Graphics Card: RADEON 9250 128MB AGP, Xserver: Xorg(1024x768x24), LAN Card: DEC 21140, Puppy's version: 3 or 4


Sound and LAN Internet connection have no problem. Because installation to the hard drive seems to be complexed, I do not do it.

- Hiromasa -

122: MAKER [ TYPE ]

CPU: Intel Pentium4 661 (3.6GHz), RAM: 2GB, Graphic Card: Gforce 7300LE 128MB, Xserver: Xorg(1280x1024x24), LAN Card: Intel P945G Onboard, Puppy's version: 3, 4


I was always interested concerning very lightweight Linux. I used Puppy from ver.3, but it is very good GUI. I thought that Puppy4 was terrible. I report that I let it boot from USB.

I draw upon the following site.

- Hiromasa -

123: NEC [ LaVie LW20/4 ]

CPU: 200MHz, RAM: 64MB, Graphics Card: NM2160 [MagicGraph 128XD], Xserver: Xorg(800x600x24), LAN card: corega Ether II PCC-T Adapter: Puppy's version: 4.00 JP


I obtain a discarded computer by transfer from a certain group and use this PC as a toy. The back of the PC says "purchased 1998". When I installed Windows XP for trial, it run slow movement at first glance. If it was it, I thought that I could use Puppy easily and tried it.

It was surely an easy victory. Puppy runs with the speed of the degree not to have any problem for practical use although being slightly slow. However, it was relaxed to death and did not bear practical use when I started seamonkey. Therefore this report lets an X server of this opportunity display a screen of firefox of FreeBSD and writes it.

I thought it to be an easy victory at first, but after all the program with GUI was late to death and has frozen at last. After all I think that it is necessary to keep modest driving in mind with the extremely poor machine.

Further postscript:
I installed it in a hard disk fully and secured swap. In this, I came to operate stability comfortably.

- ItoKaz -

124: HP [ nc4200 ]

CPU: PentiumM 1.8GMHz, RAM: 1GB, Graphic Card: MObile Intel 915GM Express Tipset, Xserver: Xorg(1024x768x16,1024x768x24), LAN Card: Onboard: NetXtreme Gigabit PCI Express Ethernet Controller, Puppy's version: Puppy Linux 3 / 4


Puppy started without a problem by USB boot. The wireless LAN was no use, but I think my setting is bad.

- Taki Amamiya -

125: IBM [ ThinkPad600 ]

CPU: PentiumII-266MHz, RAM: 196MB, Graphics Card: NeoMagic MagicGraph, Xserver: Xorg(1024x768x16), LAN Card: Melco LPC3-TX, Puppy's version: Puppy Linux 4


Puppy runs by CD boot. Movement is earlier than win2k. Even such an old PC is terrible that movement is possible without stress! I say many thanks for the people whom it is concerned with!!

- Taki Amamiya -


CPU: 733MHz, RAM: 256MB, Graphics Card: ATI Radeon Mobility M6 LY: Xserver: Xorg(1280x600x16)(problem), LAN Card: Internal LAN with portapplicator, Puppy's version: Puppy4.00J


It was SONY PCG-C1MRX which I fell in love at first sight in a recycle store and purchased, but WIndowsXP run too slow, so I introduced Puppy. Puppy recognized the peripheral devices such as USB 2.0 card or LAN card automatically. I am satisfied very much.

But there is one problem, I am in a condition to have been out of a screen around 5mm on the top when I display with 1280x600 resolution, so title bar is not seen. If this problem is settled....


127: DELL [ inspiron 1150 ], [ Shop brand ]

DELL [ inspiron 1150 ]
CPU: Celeron2.40MHz, RAM: 256MB, Graphics Card: onboard, Xserver: Xorg(1024x768x24), LAN Card: onboard, Puppy's version: 4.00

Shop brand
CPU: AMD Sempron 2800+, RAM: 1GB, Graphics Card: onboard, Xserver: Xvesa(1280x1024x24), LAN Card: onboard, Puppy's version: 4.00


I install Puppy in 2GB MicroSD and use it in two of them mentioned above.

3.01JP did not recognize LAN, and there was malfunction for input(It was impossible to input in dialog box such as "file choice"). On 4.00JP, these problems are solved, and a design becomes cool, and also responses clearly quick. I want to use it up with a mobile PC from now on as maine PC.

However, that Linux comes to be usable only in "GUI"...It was the really good times. I want to say thank you for Barry Kauler and all of communities.

- Nobby -

128: SONY [ VAIO PCG-Z505C/BP ]

CPU: Mobile Celeron 550MHz, RAM: 128MB, Graphics Card: ATI RAGE Mobility-M1(Onboard), Xserver: Xvesa(1024x768x12), LAN Card: NTT-ME MN SS-LAN CARD 11 HQ, Puppy's version:4.00JP


By a problem peculiar to PC(PCVAIO505 systems) that have no CD-ROM drive, I had a hard time most to start puppy from CD. 286(forumu name)'s website served as a reference very much.

Now I fully installed puppy to HDD and prepared 256MB swap partition. It connects to the Internet from power supply ON to start more quickly than 48 seconds and all high speck PCs of my home. (Youtube does not do gawky movement too.)

Wireless LAN was recognized by default. It runs considerably comfortably. I came by reviving as net reading machine with an old PC thanks to Puppy sufficiently.

In addition, even 3.01 confirmed movement(Wireless LAN is also OK).

- yuato -

129: FUJITSU [ FMV-5120NU2/W ]

CPU: Mobile Intel Pentium 120MHz(P54Mobile), RAM: 80MB, Graphics Card: Chips & Technologies 65550 PCI (2MB), Xserver: Xvesa(800x600x16), LAN Card: BUFFALO Air Station WLI-PCM-L11GP, Puppy's version: 3.01


I installed Puppy in the hard disk. I took time installation of wireless LAN card, but it started though a special action was not done while repeating several times. However, it is indeed slight in PC of this performance whether operation to be heavy, and to endure practical use. As for operation, Win98 is faster though Puppy might be the high grade as OS.

- TS50 -

130: IBM [ X40 ]

CPU: PentiumM 1.5GHz, RAM: 1GB, Graphics Card: Onboard,Xserver: Xorg(1024x768x24), LAN Card: Wifi, Puppy's version: 4.0


I used Puppy with USB. I was surprised very much because it is light and unexpectedly multifunctional. The Internet connection was able to be easily.

I seem always to be going to carry USB thumb drive in the future.

- HimaoGT -


CPU: Mobil Celeron (mendocino) 466MHz, RAM: 192MB, Graphics card: Onboard NeoMagic MagicGraph256AV (NM2200), Xserver: Xorg(1024x768x16), LAN Card: BUFFALO LPC-CB-CLX Real TOUGH CONECT (Module : 8139too), Puppy's version: 301JP,400JP,Macpup Dingo


My PC's HDD was broken and began to use Puppy301jp with PC exchanged for remaining 2GB HDD. I made 400MB for linuxswap, and use 301jp mainly. I'm trying 400jp and Macpup Dingo in the capacity of the remainder.

I installed all versions in frugal. To use same software (Firefox2&3,Thunderbird,RSSOwl,aMSN, PeaZip,Comical,GpicView,GQview,VLC,Gsudoku,JAVA) by all versions, and for the capacity saving of the individual preservation file, I use them collectively in one squash file package.(DL is possible by 114.3MB DL is available. Please use it if it is good.)

For making of Macpup Dingo Japanese, I used "Himajin" 's Japanese localize kit and referring to "Oresama" 's blog. I wish to express my gratitude to "Oresama" and "Himajin".

Thank you really for the people involved in making of a light, easy-to-use Puppy Japanese. I will use it comfortably.

- tsuitachi -

132: COMPAQ [ Desktop EC Series (6466C/8.4/CDS) ]

CPU: Celeron 466MHz, RAM: 192MB, Graphics Card: Interl 810e Build-in 3D graphics, Xserver: Xorg(1024x768x16), LAN Card: Intel PRO/100+, Puppy's version: 4.00-JP


It is a old COMPAQ Corporation PC producted on February, 2000. The company became Hewlett Packard. I had hand over a rental omission. Puppy is lighter and good than former Debian GNU/Linux 4.0(etch).

- TaK0 -

133: Assist Computer Systems [ Sansho desktop series ACS-CX700M ]

CPU: VIA C7 1GHz, RAM: 1GHz, Graphics Card: VIA CX700M (onboard), Xserver: Xorg Xvesa(1024x768x24), LAN card: onboard, Puppy's version: Puppy Linux 4-JP


This model has a problem in USB boot, Installation of the compact flash and hard disk have to use other PCs. CPU clock had better set BIOS to 700MHz. All the devices seem to recognize it automatically.

- 286 -

134: FUJITSU(second hand) [ FMV-655NU8C/L ]

CPU: 547.64 MHz, RAM: 128MB, Graphics Card: ATI Technologies Inc Rage Mobility P/M AGP 2x rev 100, Xserver: Xorg(1024x768x24), LAN Card: Unknown, Puppy's version: 4.00JP


My PC has not a CD-ROM drive. It started in "WakePup floppy " and installed FULL in a hard disk from a CD-ROM drive of the USB connection.

When I install VMware, warning message said that need more than 256MB. However, I ignored it and continued. Run VMWare with a 128MB PC, and is late to death when run 64MB Windows XP. However, it came to move at the speed that I could be satisfied with somehow when I sharpened contents of .xinitrc hard and made it only exec vmware.

In other words it is an opportunity for exclusive use of VMware. I think this to have used the original edition not Japanese edition Puppy.

- ItoKaz -

135: SONY [ PCG-F36 ]

CPU: Pen3 450MHz, RAM: 256MB, Graphics Card: NM2200, Xserver: Xorg(1024x768x16), LAN Card: NETGEAR WG511A, Puppy's version:4.00 + 400JP_Fix0714


I appointed a wireless LAN driver for Windows 2000 in "ndiswrapper" with Puppy network Wizard, and I was able to be connected in "WPA-TKIP". However, I was not able to be connected when I rebooted (Is not setting maintained?). When running Puppy network Wizard again, I can be connected, but it is what was unpleasant that do so every time. I looked except /etc/rc.d/ and edited "/etc/wlan0wireless" as follows after having done Googling in various ways. "/usr/sbin/ wlan0 wext". It came to cut it by wireless LAN connection afterwards even if I rebooted. *It is Occupied in it does not understand it well, but a result being OK whether it is good in this.

Anyway, I can reuse a PC of (Windows98SE) before approximately 10 and am saved very much. I use it as a PC for children, but employ oneself in spite of being pleasing (pains) mainly while I set it up.

- yk -

136: PLAT-HOME [ PC-UNIX Highgrade System ]

CPU: 200MHz, RAM: 32MB, Graphics Card: Matrox MGA-Millennium 2MB WRAM, LAN Card: ISA NE-2000 compatible PLAT original, Puppy's version: 4.00JP


It is high-level goods of price 420,000 yen (CRT is contained) though my PC is a machine bought in 1996, and this low spec. My PC cannot boot CD though the SCSI connection CD-ROM drive has adhered. The USB port doesn't exist naturally.

If the floppy disk cannot start, OS cannot be installed, and, up to now, only FreeBSD has been put. Then I tried WakePup floppy disk, but this was not able to be used too. The error message "Interrupt divide by zero" comes out, and FreeDOS cannot be started with this.. PC though WakePup starts FreeDOS.

Is the last method connecting a FULL installed HDD with another PC ?

- ItoKaz -

Advice from Himajin

Mount Puppy live-CD and copy contents onto a suitable directory. If the boot manager is appropriately set afterwards, it is possible to install Puppy.

137: DELL [ DIMENSION 5150C ]

CPU: 3000MHz, RAM: 3000MB, Puppy's version: 4.00.2


  • After burning a live-CD, using by boot from USB thumb drive.
  • The sound is not emitted from an external speaker.
  • The figure cannot be input from ten keys of the keyboard.
  • In a universal installer, English Message Window is difficult to read, because the character color is a thin gray in background color orange, the decipherment is difficult while start USB memory is made. All are through in the ENTER key. It had a hard time and I read though I wanted to live.
  • Other English set messages are the doubt in the arrangement of the background color and the character color, too.

- Okiniiri-sql -

138: NEC [ MA80T ]

CPU: 800MHz, RAM: 128MB, Puppy's version: 4.00.2


  • I use Puppy starts from live CD.
  • It is promoted from the abandonment object to PC of using regularly for making the boot floppy with built-in FDD and for the web inspection.
  • Intuition that it is sure to be able to do comes true if it is built-in FDD after it trying fails in making the boot floppy in external FDD and USB connectioned FDD in another PC. Is this common sense?

- Okiniiri-sql -

139: RICOH [ NP-50 ]

CPU: 266MHz, RAM: 160MB, LAN Card: 3Com EtherLink III LAN PC Card, Puppy's version: 4.00.2


  • After USB memory boot is confirmed from the boot floppy, installed puppy in internal HDD into.
  • (Naturally, though it is 640x480x16. )Tentatively, it run.
  • I was impressed a little by appearing of the battery remainder amount display to the taskbar.

- Okiniiri-sql -

140: Victor [ MP-XP5220 ]

CPU: 866MHz, RAM: 384MB, Puppy's version: 4.00.2


It abandons it because it doesn't advance previously on the way though U SB memory boot is tried from the boot floppy.

The cause is uncertain.

- Okiniiri-sql -

141: Panasonic [ Let's note AL-N2T516J5 ]

CPU: MMX Pentium 166MHz, RAM: 64MB, Graphics Card: NeoMagic MagicGraph128ZV, Xserver: Xorg(800x600x16), LAN Card: RICOH R-WL11] (orinoco_cs), Puppy's version: puppy-4.00.2-JP


Managing to browse with seamonkey even in this spec is terrible.

However...cutting of the very sound in the MP3 reproduction (The driver is OPL3).

ThinkPad600E as a mothership, even the GRUB installation and the sfs file saving were finished, it was HDD transplant, and either it was able to be start-up safely. Wireless LAN card seems like a part for the copier,may be OEM of Z-COM/XI-300. After farm UP, the value in which it comes back with "cardctl ident" is recognized to "/etc/pcmcia/config" by the addition.

- taka33 -

142: HP [ compaq nx9030 ]

CPU: Celeron M 1.5MHz, RAM: 512MB, Xserver: Xorg(1024x768x24), LAN Card: Wireless NEC ATerm WL54AG driver Ath_pci, Puppy's version: 4.00.2 JP


Puppy3.01J was able to use only 11M wireless LAN, but 54M wireless LAN came to be usable since 4.0J. I can set smoothly it than I thought and it run perfect. CD boot and HDD installation, both usable without a problem. Operating conditions are comfortable, too. But, as for being interested, this wireless LAN card displayed connection of ath0 and wifi0 at the same time. However, movement does not seem to have the influence. It shows the network community of samba well, too.

- cow -

143: TOSHIBA [ Dynabook SS DS50C/1N8M ]

CPU: Celeron 500MHz, RAM: 192MB, Graphics Card: S3 Savage IX(Onboard), Xserver: Xorg(Manual setting 48.4kHz 60Hz, 1024x768x16), LAN Card: BUFFALO WLI-CB-G54(Broad BCM 4306), Puppy's version: 4.00.02_JP


I installed Puppy full concerning memory. Because a CD-ROM passed out of sight in halfway of installation, I prepare the USB memory of contents same as a CD, and I continued installation from a CD in the first half and in the later half by USB memory. As the setting of the wireless LAN is not reflected at reboot, I describe contents of /etc/eth0wireless in /etc/eth0mode. A feeling of use is comfortable if I usually use it although some animation reproduction are heavy.

- Tarobee -

144: TOSHIBA [Libretto 50CT]

CPU: Pentum 120MHz, RAM: 32MB, Graphics Card: CT65550(Onboard), Xserver: Xorg(640x480x16), LAN Card: IO DATA PCLA/T, Puppy's version: 4.00JP


I pulled an HDD and installed it with other PCs. In circumstances of the memory, I chiced only a full install. LAN and sound did not just work. I set it in reference to the article of the head family forum. The sound works just after wizard setting, but after reboots OS, it does not. I added "alsa restart" and was settled. Applications run extremely hard, because only 32M memory. As for the spreadsheets barely enough start. It was all one could do to run editor.

However, I was impressed that OS in itself starts up well. I seem to be usable as a pretty good server of experimental. (144 Link)

- Tarobee -

145: TOYOMURA [ SF-8308 ]

CPU: CPU: Athlon 1GHz, RAM: 384MB, Graphics Card: SiS 730S(Onboard), Xserver: Xorg(Manual setting 47.7kHz 60Hz(1360x768x16), LAN Card: SiS 900(Onboard), Puppy's version: 4.00JP


OS in itself did not have any problem and was able to install in CF(frugal). I had a hard time in "Trident" sound tip. I forcibly applied rc.modules2.gz which the forum of the head family and was settled (The version seems to be old).(145 Link)

- Tarobee -

146: Scratchbuild PC

CPU: Intel Pentium 233Hz, MotherBoard: Type[GA-586HX REV1.51, Maker:GIGA-BYTE] Video Card: MATROX PCI Video Card 576-04 2MB MGA IS- Storm R2, RAM: SIMM 192MB[64×3set](free about 90MB), Xserver: I will use Xorg, LAN Card: IO-DATA ETX-PCI(expanded), USB Port: BUFFALO IFC-USB2P4(+192MB and available to expand), HDD: 2GB[C drive]+2GB-USB-memory[for WindowsXP] 1GB[D drive, ext3 fotmat]( for Puppy Linux), Puppy's version: 4.00J


I didn't get engaged in product at all. I only got a Scratchbuild PC

- new_Puppy3 -


CPU: 600Hz, RAM: 256MB, Graphics Card: NeoMagic NM2200 rev 32 videoram: 2560k, Xserver: Xorg and Xvesa(1024x768x24 or 1024x768x16), LAN Card: Internal LAN & wireless LAN COREGA CGーWLCB54AG2, Puppy's version: 4.00JP


I installed 3.01J in a PC, but wireless LAN I have did not all recognize, I left it unattended. As 4.00JP was announced and I reinstall, Puppy recognized it without what hardship. I did not notice my wireless LAN setting mistake and got into trouble. However, I use without a problem comfortably afterward. I used it in Windows 2000 before, but work more lightly then. It becomes the home "lie-down-use-netPC".

But X is hung up if movie will replay in MPlayer. I tested Xorg and Xvesa, but both were NG.

- mohilets -

148: IBM [ ThinkPad240 ]

CPU: Cel300MHz, RAM: 320MB, Graphics Card: Onboard, Xserver: Xorg (800x600x16), LAN Card: 2915AGB(experimental),Puppy's version: 4.00.3 JP


I use HDD as "CF"ized. Puppy is "Surprised". If set it first, afterwards, it is considerably convenient because wireless LAN is connected with the PC start. It is glad for me who fails in the installation of ubuntu.

- GoldenBat -

149: IBM [ ThinkPad A20m ]

CPU: Cel500MHz, RAM: 512MB, Graphics Card: Onboard, Xserver: Xorg (1024x768x24), LAN Card: Built-in miniPCI, Puppy's version: 4.00.3 JP


I was not able to install Puppy's Full installation, but I was successful to start with GRUB by copying the content of CD onto HDD. This PC has ODD and FDD, the performances are better than 240 type, convenience is good.

- GoldenBat -

150-1: Fujitsu [ FMV-6300MC4/W ]

(FMV-BIBLO_MC/30 corporate product)

CPU: Celeron 300MHz, RAM: 256MB, Graphics Card: MagicGraph 128XD, Xserver: Xorg (800x600x16), LAN Card: Buffalo_WLI-CB-G54, Puppy's version: 4.00.3JP

150-2: Fujitsu [ FMV-BIBLO_MF4/600R ]

CPU: Pentium3 600MHz, RAM: 256MB, Graphics Card:Cyber9525DVD, Xserver: Xorg (800x600x16), LAN Card: Buffalo_WLI-CB-G54, Puppy's versio: 4.00.3JP, CD boot and Frugal install.


I installed Puppy for recycling "150-1" PC. Because it is not to be able to do CD boot, I did the Frugal installation by connecting HDD with "150-2" PC, and starting from CD. After that, I connected original HDD, it started by the Frugal installation. And, I did the full installation in another partition. Frugal is left for the restoration when breaking down. It is Dual Boot of a full installation and the Frugal installation. 6300MC did not use 32MB memory of onboard, and mounted 256MB memory.

As for Xvesa, the screen has become a fem green. Wireless LAN can be connected with BCM43xx. Besides, WLI-PCM-S11 of Buffalo also recognized only insert it. Wireless LAN card named WN-G54/CBMB of the I-O Data and the COMBO card of CF were not able to be recognized only by inserting. It is glad for the PC to revive (the Win98 age's low-spec and my favorite and mobile and launched in 1999). Most I am a beginner. The use experience of Linux is only Zaurus. My best regards.

- phoo -

151: IBM [ 390E Laptop ]

CPU: PentiumIII 300MHz, RAM: 256MB, Disk Drive 3GB(Not 30GB!), Multi-boot GRUB, Windows98 and Puppy Version 4.00J, Internet Connection with Wireless.


Puppy works really comfortably. This is the old PC which I purchased for children in old days. As for Windows98, start was slow, and USB 2.0 was not usable, too and did not have the connection of Wireless LAN, it was not practical at all. When I install Puppy, I revived to the PC which did not have inferiority in a recent model functionally. It had only 96MB RAM, but were still enough at first. Thanks to grace, it is right Pupy. As the celebration that revived, I splashed out and built more memory.

I tried these 3 disrtos, Slax Linux, Ubuntu, and Puppy, but Puppy has the best convenience. Actually, in the specifications of this PC, Ubuntu mostly did not run. As for Slax, pretty good run, but "Wireless Internet connection" was never possible.

I did Multi-Boot with GRUB. Full-MS-Office is in Windows98. I do not uninstall it being a waste, but hardly use it anymore. Installation of GRUB considerably had a hard time first. I took a magazine and the article of the webs into account, but it was confused for some reason by the contents which explanation was strangely difficult, and was unnecessary. It is really easy when I understand it. I write it up soon.

I connect the Internet via WirelessRouter with Puppy, but do not recognize it in LAN in the home. The partner is WindowsXP and Vista, but want someone to teach an interconnect method of Linux and Windows.

The all of you whom old PCs roll to the home, Puppy is God of the help.

- MuMuMu -

152: Dell [ Inspiron 700m ]

CPU: 1600MHz, RAM: 512MB, Xserver: Xorg(1024x768x24), Puppy's version: puppy-4.00.3-JP


Puppy operated comfortably by the composition before I upgraded my PC (at the time of purchase).

  • USB boot available by BIOS.
  • Available Cable LAN connection.
  • Wireless LAN was recognized though did not try.
  • Touch pad recognition.
  • The voice went out without the setting.

- WJT -

153: SONY [ VAIO PCG-QR1 ]

CPU: Celeron 500MHz, RAM: 192MB, Graphics Card: Intel 815EM Onboard Tip set, Xserver: Xorg(1024x768x24), LAN Card: GW-US54GXS, Puppy's version: 4.00.3JP


I full-installed Puppy, because my PC has low memory. When using ndiswrapper, GW-US54GXS became so that CPU utilization was 100% always near and was useless. I restructured Puppy, because the standard zd1211rw had not moved either. Wireless LAN setting did not go well in GUI, therefore, I rewritten directly a pertinent file in /etc directory.

- aniya -

154: CASIO [ MPC206 ]

CPU: Transmeta Crueso 600Mhz, RAM: 192MB, HD: 20GB, Resolution: VGA:800x600x24, Puppy's version: 4.00.3JP


I checked the operation with an FIVA first generation PC of Casio.

I installed Ubuntu7.10 in this PC and let I chose KDE, Xfce, IceWM and carry it out. However, It seemed to be too heavy in Ubuntu, and start considerably took time.

The start is very early, and there is not stress when I can choose Puppy in GRUB and try it. I am really splendid.

The point that is disappointed with only one of Puppy, 128MB Compact Flash (sticked to this PC) is not recognized. It can be recognized in Ubuntu.

By the way, I tested Puppy in DELL Inspiron1300. This can never connect wireless LAN (a BCM4318 tip) . The cable broadcasting ethernet is OK.

Postscript:I was enabled by I stated a driver clearly in a command-line, and appointing it.

- Masateru Kuwata -

155: IBM [ ThinkPad600E ]

CPU: 300MHz, RAM: 160MB, No HDD(CD boot), Network: Nintendo Wi-Fi USB connector


The network driver is rt2570. Because there is not an HDD, I store the setting information in USB memory.

I am satisfied with performance personally. I tend I am connected to Windows at the remote disk top, and to use it, the screen drawing is hard with the performance of the PC. PC is in condition to have memory to spare.

- touson -

156: TOSHIBA [ Satellite TXW/69AW ]

CPU: 2GHz, RAM: 1GB, Graphics Card: nVidia GeForce Go 7600, Xserver: Xorg nv(1280x800), LAN Card: Build-in wireless LAN function, Puppy's version: Puppy Linux 4.00.3-JP, USB thumb stick: I-O DATA 4GB ToteBag Smart TB-AT4G/S (4GB)
Four "pup_save.2fs(512MB)" files can be preserved in the usb memory, so I use them on other PCs.


I install Puppy in USB thumb drive.

  • Hit F12 key
  • select "BOOT MENU"
  • select "5.USB Memory" and Puppy starts.

Because it is not possible to start in syslinux.cfg of default, I added "ACPI=OFF PFIX=2" option.

- Minomushi -

157: EPSON [ Endeavor NA702 ]

LAN Card: BUFFALO WLI-CB-G54HP, Puppy's version: Puppy Linux 4.00.3-JP, USB thumb stick: I-O DATA 4GB ToteBag Smart TB-AT4G/S (4GB)


driver: bcm43xx
interface: eth0
lspci 06:00.0 Network controller: Broadcom Corporation BCM4318 [AirForce One 54g] 802.11g Wireless LAN Controller (rev 02)

EPSON's Setting of wireless LAN (japanese)

- Minomushi -

158: TOSHIBA [ Satellite TXW/69AW ]

LAN Card: Build-in wireless LAN function, Puppy's version: Puppy Linux 4.00.3-JP, USB thumb stick: I-O DATA 4GB ToteBag Smart TB-AT4G/S (4GB)
Four "pup_save.2fs(512MB)" files can be preserved in the usb memory, so I use them on other PCs.


TXW/69AW: Build-in wireless LAN function
driver: ath_pci
interface: ath_pci
lspci 05:00.0 Ethernet controller: Atheros Communications Inc. AR242x 802.11abg Wireless PCI Express Adapter (rev 01)

TOSHIBA's Setting of wireless LAN (japanese)

- Minomushi -

159: EPSON [ Endeavor NA702 ]

LAN Card: BUFFALO WLI-CB-G54HP, Puppy's version: Puppy Linux 4.00.3-JP, USB thumb stick: I-O DATA 4GB ToteBag Smart TB-AT4G/S (4GB)


driver: bcm43xx
interface: eth0

EPSON's Setting of wireless LAN No.2 (japanese)

- Minomushi -


LAN Card: Build-in wired LAN function, Puppy's version: Puppy Linux 4.00.3-JP, USB thmub stick: I-O DATA 4GB ToteBag Smart TB-AT4G/S (4GB)
Four "pup_save.2fs(512MB)" files can be preserved in the usb memory, so I use them on other PCs.


E3220 Build-in wired LAN function
driver: 8139too
interface: eth0
lspci 00:0d.0 Ethernet controller: Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL-8139/8139C/8139C+ (rev 10)

Setting of wired LAN (japanese)
Read it in a different way according to your environment.

- Minomushi -

161: Scratched Build Windows PC [ MB:D865GBFLK ]

CPU: Celeron 2GHz, RAM: 512MB, Graphics Card: Onboard, Xserver: Xvesa(800x600x16), LAN Card: Intel(R) PRO/1000 CT, Puppy's version: 4.00.3-JP, USB thumb stick: 2GB


I was able to start Puppy from USB thumb drive for the rescue of being not able to start WindowsXP. X server Xorg had not started, I used Xvesa.

The CUPS print setting of printer IP-4100 made by Canon Inc. (USB connection) was able to be set without trouble.

However, the "HOME" short cut icon of USB thumb drive increases one by one at each start - why???.

- inoshishi01 -

162: COMPAQ [ COMPAQ EVO Disktop 310ST ]

CPU: 2800MHz, RAM: 1280MB, Graphics Card: ?, Xserver: Xorg(800x600x16, 1024x768x24), LAN Card: ?, Puppy's version: 400.3-JP


I confirmed only the start from Puppy Live-CD.

- 45c -

163: Fujitsu [ FMV-BIBLO NJ4/45C ]

CPU: 450MHz, RAM: 64MB+128MB, Graphics Card: ?, Xserver: Xorg, Xvesa(800x600x16, 1024x768x24,800x600x16), LAN Card: NETGER FA511, Puppy's version: 400.3-JP


Startfrom live CD was not practicable(Swap192MB,RAM64MB). It is possible to use it usually by increasing RAM by 128MB, and installed Puppy full.

Hereafter, I will use Puppy regularly. I wish to express my gratitude to everybody in development and the forum.

- 45c -

164: SHARP [ PC-BJ140 Series ]

CPU: AMD-K6 475MHz, RAM: 128MB, Xserver: Xorg, 800x600x16, LAN Card: BUFFALO WLI-PCM-L11/GP, Puppy's version: puppy-4.00.3-JP


I installed Puppy by "Full install".

The WPE connection was able to be connected by being not able to do only by setting GUI, and specifying it in the command line.

However, Setting of network connection returned to default every time it reactivated, so I also edited "etc/rc.d/rc.local" file.

Though the LiveCD start is unstable, but Puppy run comfortably in the full installation environment.

- johnny -


CPU: Pen2/ 266MHz, RAM: expanded192MB, Graphics Card: Trident Cyber 9388-1, Xserver: Xvesa(1024x768x16), LAN Card: Cable IO-DATA CBET?|100, Puppy's version: 4.00.3-JP


I use Puppy from CD. Cable LAN card was recognized at once. Wireless LAN(WL54AG) is connected by WEP, but WPA was not recognized, I detached it.

I can see animation with Xvesa. Because it is a low spec, movement is awkward.

I had a hard time though the sound was emitted. ES1879 driver specificated in Win98SE, "snd_es18xx" was able to be read easily. But it was not good though it fiddled with all the volumes. I see after my searching the web, the driver is "Sound blaster pro compatibility". When read snd_bs8, Puppy barked splendidly saying "Woof Woof!". Thanks to 286.

As for music CD, the sound becomes interrupted. Is this because PC is a low spec?

- Linux newbie A -

166: TOSHIBA [ DynaBook A1/570PMC ]

CPU: Pentium3-700Mhz, RAM: 128MB+128MB, HDD: 20GB, Drive: Sony NEC-Optiark AD-7590A(DVD-Multi), FDD, LAN, Puppy's version: puppy-4.00.3-JP


I use Puppy by "Full installation".

I can to read data DVD, write to DVD-R and the DVD video playback and to copy DVD videos. But I cannot to read DVD-RAM.

Audio CD cannot be used, and I use CD-ROM drive detached from old PC connected with USB.

- Yuichi Narita -

167: HP [ Pavilion tx 2500 ] Laptop PC

LAN Card: USB LAN adaptor BUFFALO WLI-U2-KG54(driver rt2570.ko created), Puppy's version: Puppy Linux 4.00.4-JP, USB HD: HP Mini-PMD PD2500s (250GB)/stored s lot of pup_save.2fs(512MB) files.


  • "acpi=off" is necessary to boot option.
  • Xorg 1280x800x16 (ATI Radeon HD3200)
  • Maked built-in cable broadcasting LAN driver "r8169".
  • Unsupported built-in wireless LAN driver BCM4322(PCI ID:432b).
  • Express Card slot(No PC Card slot)
  • Using GRUB for USB-HD boot. Concretely speaking,
    press 'f9' key at "hp invent" logo screen,
    select "USB HD WDC..."
    and display GRUB menu...

- Minomushi -

168: Sharp [ PC-WE40T ]

CPU: Sempron3400+/1.80GHz, RAM: 1.5GB, Graphics Card: ATI RadeonXpress1100, Xserver: Xorg(1280*800*24, 1280*800*16), LAN Card: Cable Realtek RTL8101, Puppy's version: 4.00.4-JP/3.01-JP


- pipin -

169: IBM [ NetVista (used PC)]

CPU: 97MHz, RAM: 512MB, Graphics Card: Intel Corporation 82810E DC-133 CGC [Chipset Graphics Controller], Xserver: Xorg(1024x768x24), LAN Card: IBM 10/100 EtherJet PCI Adapter, Puppy's version: puppy-4.1-rc-409-k2.6.25.16-seamonkey


I updated Puppy in English version puppy-4.1 RC from puppy-4.03JP. LAN card [10/100 IBM EtherJet PCI Adapter] which was recognized automatically in 4.0, but it is not recognized automatically. I had to specify eepro100 by manual operation. There is not the problem else for the moment.

- ItoKaz -

170: DELL [ XPS M1210 ]

CPU: Core Duo 1600MHz, RAM: 1000MB, Graphics Card: built-in, Xserver: Xorg(1380x768x24), LAN Card: built-in, Puppy's version: 4.1-rc-409


Japanese/English version 4.00x froze halfway into starting from CD. It run when I tried other versions because I could use in Ver.3. I hear the bark of dog too(Is it sound-related OK?). Cabled LAN/ radio LAN(WEP2) is usable, too.

I installed it in USB memory, but cannot start well. I installed it in USB memory, but cannot start well. (A way may have been wrong, but...)
I do not try the installation to the HDD.

- Hirokazu Kubota -

171: NEC [ LL350/CD ]

CPU: 1.60MHz, RAM: 512MB, Graphics Card: SIS, Xserver: Xvesa(1024x768x24), LAN Card: Onboard, Puppy's version: 4.02 JP


I had a hard time to make a sound.

- paparonn -

172: Sharp [ PC-WE40T ]

CPU: Sempron3400+/1.80GHz, RAM: 1.5GB, Graphics Card: ATI RadeonXpress1100, Xserver: Xorg(1280*800*24 1280*800*16), LAN Card: Cable Realtek RTL8169, Puppy's version: 4.00.4-JP


It is the same PC as "Report No.168". LAN Card recognized as RTL8101 in version 3.01 JP.

- pipin -


CPU: 650MHz, RAM: 256MB, Graphics Card: Built-in, Xserver: xorg(1024x768x24), LAN Card: Not use, Puppy's version: 4.00JP +


Nice to meet you. I always refers to the forum. It operates at present especially without trouble though I am installing Puppy full. About the installation work. "Live CD" doesn't start from the CD-ROM drive of the PC card connection of the attachment. It succeeded in the start when all files of CD were copied onto the HDD beforehand (Though I think that there was a smarter method). Really lightly, and Puppy is functional and good. Many thanks to the developers and you in the forum.

- Shintani -

174: SHARP [ PC-SX1-H1 ]

CPU: Crusoe TM5600 (600MHz), RAM: 368MB, Xserver: Xorg(1024x768x16), LAN Card: NETGEAR WPN511, Puppy's version: puppy-4.1-k2.6.25.16-seamonkey


I used the USB-CD drive. But made an error of the LiveCD start of puppy4.1 on the way (Puppy410.sfs cannot be recognized). Then I installed Puppy by manual "Frugal installation" from puppy-4.00.3-JP.

Moreover, if "irqpoll" is not specified by the start option, Puppy seems not to recognize a built-in keyboard. Wireless LAN module was recognized by the automatic operation (ath5k). However, it was not possible to use. Then, it was possible to use by unloading "ath5k", and loading "ath_pci".

- hark -

175: TOSHIBA [ Dynabook Satellite J32 130C/4]

CPU: CeleronM350 1.3GHz, RAM: 256MB, Graphics Card: Intel 855GME Built-in Chip, Xserver: Xorg(1024*768*24 1024*768*16), LAN Card: ee100pro


It doesn't bark, and it barks, when Puppy starts, but performance enough for WEB and BB.

It might be ALSA mixer problem of ICH4(when mute somewhere, suddenly it sounds. I experienced).
TOSHIBA custom model of manufactured in 2004 (20GB-HDD, recovery is DtoD).

- pipin -

176: ASUS [ Eee PC 701SD ]

CPU: CeleronM 900MHz, RAM: 507MB, Xserver: Xorg(800x480x24), Puppy's version: 4.1


It is EeePC701SD of the rumor. I bought the PC accidentally as chief of my favorite store wheedled. At first, neither cable nor the wireless are recognized though I put 400JP in the SD card. That should be so, as for 701SD, NIC is different from the Eee series that has been released up to now(In cable, Atheros and the wireless are Realtek8187SE). As a result of the trial and error, I changed into 4.1 of the latest release. As for cable, when it connected as it was, and the wireless also installed fixed PET package, the current hardship was connected with one of the lies. Moreover, I immediately used the JP-Pack of Himajin just released. At first, Puppy didn't sound, but became OK by installing fixed PET. The power supply doesn't cut even if SHUTDOWN is done, The power supply doesn't cut even if SHUTDOWN is done, and I'll strive for it. Well, Puppy run without stress and it is glad. I wanted to report ASAP.

- stonedpc -

177: SOTEC [ Winbook WS2100xp ]

CPU: Celeron997MHz, RAM: 128MB, Xserver: Xorg(1024x768), Puppy-v4


The condition of CD-ROM is very bad, and I installed Puppyit by deception the drive.

It seems to recognize only 128 though the memory of 256(128?~2) is originally installed.

- banshobashi -


CPU: Celeron997MHz, RAM: 128MB, Xserver: Xorg(1024x768), Puppy-v4


Rental DVD can appreciate with gxine. It sounds by ALSA, too(Audio must be ICH4).

DVD+-R/RW, 100GB, analog TV tuner, 15 inch monitor, 2.7kg, Model in winter of autumn of 2005(XP)

- pipin -

179: IBM [ ThinkPad s30 2639-R5J ]

CPU: Pentium3 600MHz, RAM: 256MB, Graphics Card: SMI Lynx 3DM4(4MB), Xserver: Xorg(1024x768x16), Cable LAN: Build-in, Module?Feepro100, Wireless LAN Card: Corega CG-WLCB108GM, Module: Read Windows .inf file by Ndiswapper(Wireless security?FWPA2-PSK), Puppy's version: 4.00.4


After booted the network, I installed Puppy full from USB thumb drive to HDD in which Puppy was installed beforehand.

- Nan-cha -

180: TOSHIBA [ Dynabook Stellite J40 170L/5 ]

CPU: CeleronM735 1.70MHz, RAM: 256MB, Graphics Card: Intel855GME(Build-in), Xserver: Xorg(1024*768*24, 1024*768*16): LAN Card: e1000, IntelPRO/1000, WirelessLAN: None, Puppy's version: 4.00.4-JP


Rental DVD can appreciate with gxine. I could boot from pqi Traveling Disk U230 (4GB).

Select device(HDD/CD/FD/LAN/USB/ZIP...) with F2 key on boot up.

DVD?}R/RW 40GB(XP DtoD): May 2006 Model.

- pipin -

181: Asus [ EeePC701SD ]

CPU: Celeron M 933MHz?, RAM: 512MB, Graphics Card: Onboard, Xserver: Xorg(1024x768x24, 800x480x24), Puppy's version: puppy-4.4.4retro-k2.6.21.7-seamonkey.iso


I installed PuppyLinux4.1.1 in EeePC701SD.

Details are Japanese report No.181.

- odo -

182: FUJITSU [ FMV 6667SL5 ]

CPU: Pen3 / 667MHz, RAM: 256MB, Graphics Card: i810E, Xserver: Xvesa(1024x768x16), LAN Card: Onboard, Puppy's version: 4.00.3-JP


I replace CD-ROM with DVD-R and using it.

- starz -

183: Emobile [H11T]

See japanese report No.183.

- phoo -

184: SOTEC [ WinBook WL7160C ]

CPU: AMD Athlon(TM) XP-M, RAM: 640MB, Graphics Card: VIA ProSavageDDR KN266, Xserver: Xorg(1024x768x16), LAN Card: Cable(Onboard), Wireless(PLANEX GW-US54GXS), USB memory stick: I-O DATA USB Flash Disk USB Device 1Gbyte, Puppy's version: puppy-4.1.1-k2.6.25.16-seamonkey.iso + Himajin made : + +


I was impressed when moving at once because PLANEX GW-US54GXS had not operated well in "puppy-4.00.4JP". It revived as "Bed PC" though my PC that broke HDD, and was not used.

- KAI -

185: Half Scratched build [ Mother board Asrock P4i65G ]

CPU: NorthWood Pentium4 2.4BGHz, RAM: 1024MB, Graphics Card: i865G(Onboard), Xserver: Xvesa(1024x768x24), LAN card: Onboard, Puppy's version: 4.00( Released on 200805)


I use Puppy from USB boot. USB memories are 512MB made of Hagiwara. Browser is Firefox. The boot menu is given pushing the F11 key when booting , select USB thumb drive and it starts.

There are other FUJITSU FMV7000NA4 (PCMCIA wireless CD boot +USB memory + LAN) and M909G self-made machine (hard disk full installation), too.

In Details are here.(Japanese site)

- Hama-chan -

186: ASUS [ eee PC901x ]

Kirin's latest threads(japanese):
Testing 4.1.1 on eeePC901
Using kernel on eeePC901

CPU: Atom 1.6GHz, RAM: 1GB, Grafics Card: Intel 82945GM, Xserver: Xorg(1024x600x16), LAN Card: Cable: Atheros AR8121?, Wireless: Ralink Tec. RT2860, Puppy's version: + +


Details are japanese report No.186.

- Kirin -

187: PLAT HOME [ PC-UNIX Highgrade System ]

CPU: 200MHz, RAM: 32MB, Graphics Card: Matrox MGA-Millennium 2MB WRAM, Xserver: xorg(1024x768x16), LAN Card: ISA NE-2000 compatible PLAT original, Puppy's version: 4.1.1


At last, I could operate, though I wrote in my report "Non-operation" and had been left. PC is only able to boot from the floppy disk or the hard disk. There are a hard disk of the SCSI connection (FreeBSD has been installed) and IDE disk (target that tries to install Puppy). The procedure until succeeding operation is as follows;

  1. I make DOS partition for the IDE disk by using the system disk of Windows 95 that remains at hand (/dev/hda1).
  2. Make /puppy400 in /dev/hda1 by using FreeBSD, and copy the content of CD of Puppy 4.0(manual operation frugal installation)
  3. Make the GRUB floppy disk, and Puppy be started from /puppy400 of/dev/hda1.

It had been put it here before.

  1. The vmware server is comparatively moved with the machine that has power, Puppy 4.1.1 is installed on VM in full, the content of the disk in the installation destination is done in tar czvf, and it saves it in shared file puppy-4.1.1-full.tar.gz on the network.
  2. Copy Puppy-4.1.1-full.tar.gz onto /dev/hda1 by using FreeBSD.
  3. Edit menu.1st of the GRUB floppy disk, and direct "pfix=nox" to Puppy that starts from /dev/hda1 (when X run with Puppy in which frugal installed the 32MB memory PC, it is slow and is not good).
  4. Start Puppy from /puppy400 of /dev/hda1.
  5. Make /dev/hda2, and it is assumed the Swap area.
  6. Make /dev/hda3, and created the ext3 filesystem.
  7. Mount /dev/hda3 and extract puppy-4.1.1-full.tar.gz.
  8. Edit menu.1st of the GRUB floppy disk, and make Puppy 4.1.1 be started from /dev/sda3.
  9. reboot.
  10. Installation success.
  11. ne io=0x300 irq=5 is set manually and it succeeds because it is not possible to automatic of LAN card recognize it in Network Wizard network connection.

It came to operate above without trouble. Indeed, though the movement of seamonkey doesn't dully become practical use.

- ItoKaz -

188: FUJITSU [ FMV?|S8305 ]

CPU: PentiumM740 1.73GHz, RAM: 256MB, Graphics Card: Intel915GM Onboard, Xserver: Xorg(1400*1050*24, 1400*1050*16), LAN Card: [ tg3 ] Broadcom Tigon3, Wireless LAN: [ ath_pci ] Atheros 802.11, Puppy's version: 4.00.4-JP


Cable LAN and wireless LAN recognized automatically, and connected with the internet. The Gxine media player cannot reproduce rental DVD with a message "The xine engine failed in the start".

It is light in 14.1 type SXGA +. CD-R/RW+DVD in 60GBHDD model by about 1.8kg. In corporation WindowsXP in the first six months of the term (April - September) of 2005;

  • LAN: Broadcom NetXtreme Gigabit Ethernet
  • Wireless LAN: Atheros AR5000 faction abg(5001X/5006X/5006EXS driver)
  • Wireless LAN: Atheros AR5000 faction abg(5001X/5006X/5006EXS driver)

HDD when shipping it is partitioned in the right in two. The capacity of C and D is the same. Unused area of about 800MB(Is it a recovery originally area?)

For a corporate model of Hitachi and Toshiba, only 20GB is formatted :-). The remainder is unused (Even if you use 60GBHDD). It is "Wisdom of support" that explanation screen is different by several characters in capacity by manual and real machine that prevents guest who complains that it differs from drive letter (icon) showing up.

- pipin -

189: EPSON [ Endeaver st100 ]

CPU: CeleronM410 1.46GHz, RAM: 2009MB(124MB used), Xorg: 1280x1024x24, puppy4.1.1jp_CD


A new environment was completed after downloaded(16 minutes), burned to CD(3 minutes), and for 5 minutes to boot up. I seem to be able to enjoy, though I do not still understand the usage of Puppy. I wish to express my gratitude to the developers.

Other SOTEC WinbookWV started similarly, and easily.

- Yok -

190: TOSHIBA [ Libretto ff1100 ]

CPU: 266MHz, RAM: 64MB, Graphics Card: NeoMagic(NM2160), Xserver: Xorg(800x480x16:Virtual800x600), LAN Card: pci FNW-3600-TX/corega PCC-TXD, Puppy's version: 4.00, HDD: 20GB(MK-2016GAP)


I couldn't install Puppy with CD-ROM (special CardBus). The access chaneges to HDD during the installation, 400_ sfs is not found, and it stops.

My installation method;
Removed HDD once from PC and connected to another desktop PC, then set up Puppy. Afterwards returned the HDD to Libretto. This is harsh measures.

Though I heard "Woof, woof" at SoundWizard's end, besides sound is not emitted(it is a future task).

PC has only 64MB RAM, so it doesn't work crispy, but I think enough for this spec.

- razgriz-1 -

191: Panasonic [ Let'Note CFW4 ]

CPU: Pentium-M 1.6GHz, RAM: 1.5G, Graphics Car: i915, Xserver: Xorg(1024x768x24), LAN Card: Onboard(Realtek), Not tested Wireless LAN.


I use Puppy4.1.1 from 4GB-USB thumb drive. I examined the method of using the USB camera of non-correspondence for UVC, and I found Spca5xx in Puppy4.1.1. I used "Xawtv" found in Puppy Discussion Forum, and got to the point where display images.

- alucky -

192: NEC [ versapro va93j ]

CPU: 933MHz, RAM: 384MB, Graphics Card: Onboard, Xserver: Xorg(1024x768), LAN Card: WLI-UC-G, Puppy's version: 4.00J


I was going to use Linux at the chance breaking of HDD. I challenged the start from USB thumb drive, and succeeded. Wireless LAN card used till then was not able to be used, and I gave it up. I bought BUFFALO WLI-UC-G sold cheaply recently. After fighting of several days hard, it was possible to connect it with wpa. I copied "inf" and "sys" files from attacedt CD and used ndiswrapper. However, the driver is not installed, and there is no "sys" in the ndiswrapper folder. Then, I used copied "sys" file and succeeded install. I am feeling to recycle broken PC. I wish to express my gratitude to development, and the person who made a Japanese version.

- Norihito Mimura -

193: SHARP [ PC-MM1-H3E]

CPU: Crusoe TM-580 1GHz, RAM: 256MB, Graphics Card: SMI Lynx 3DM+, Xserver: Xorg(1024x768x16), Wireless LAN Card: orinoco_pci, Puppy's version: 4.00


I changed from VineLinux4.2 to PuppyLinux today. "SHARP PC-MM1-H3E" has only 256MB memory and 8MB video RAM, and is a poor spec PC now. However, PuppyLinux was able to be connected with wireless LAN without an especially difficult setting.

- Shigezo. -

194: IBM [Aptiva 2156-145]

CPU: AMD K6-2 450MHz, RAM: 256MB, Graphics Card: Matrox Millenium PCI, Xserver: Xvesa(1024x768), LAN Card: ?, Puppy's version: 4.00J


I bought this PC in the junk shop. The original is Windows98 spec. I installed and was using WindowsME. I was able to install "Puppy" in HDD though I am a Linux newbie. Because HDD is slow (I think that it is Ultra 66), The installation is completed when formatting it with ext3. However, it stops every time why because of loading "Grub". Then, when formatting with ext2 and installing it, it was possible to start safely. Here for one week. The knowledge of Windows is so useless. I do study over again.

- atata -

195: FUJITSU [ FMV-P8210 ]

CPU: PentiumM ULV753 1.2GHz, RAM: 1GB, Graphics Card: Intel 915GMS Express tipset built-in, Xserver: Xorg(1280x800x16), LAN Card: Onboard(Cable: Realtek, Wireless: Atheros), Puppy's version: 4.1.1JP Beta1


This is mininotebook PC of the convertible type. It booted from USB thumb drive, and the standard operated almost without trouble. The touch screen came to be able to use by installing the driver referring to the Internet site.

Wireless LAN may possibly not operate normally. It is not to verify enough.

The operation of Puppy is terribly light. I thank again to the people who were developed, and translated.

- yaji -

196: SONY [ VAIO PCG-713 ]

CPU: 150MHz, RAM: 64MB, Graphics Card: NeoMagicGraph 128XD, Xserver: Xorg(1024x768x16), LAN Card: LD-CDL/TX, Puppy's version: 4.00.4-jp


I tried a full installation to VAIO PC in which Windows2000 was installed from Puppy-CD. However, "Pup_400.sfs" is not found in PC and it ends. Even the CD start was not able to be done.

When "Pup_4004.sfs" is copied from CD onto Windows, it starts. However, it is not possible to install it from CD to HDD by "Puppy universal installer" because it boots reading "Pup_4004.sfs" of HDD.

On spec, I copied "pup_4004.sfs" onto USB thumb drive, then connect to VAIO. I tried to start from the CD, it booted easily. The installation completed by "Puppy universal installer".

The sound has not been emitted now. However, the Internet connection operates well for this spec (CPU 150MHz! and 64MB RAM).

By the way, 280MB of 2GBHDD was allocated in Linux-swap.

I thank to the author of Puppy linux and everybody who makes a Japanese environment and a comfortable environment.

- tamaki -

197: TOSHIBA [ C7/212CMEN ]

CPU: 1200MHz, RAM: 489MB free, Xserver: Xorg(1024x768x24), LAN Card: BUFFALO WLI-PCM-L11GP, Puppy's version: 4.00


This PC is inherited from parents. It was not possible to select Xvasa at first starting time. I am satisfied Xorg because it is also very light.

- Minori Yamashita -

198: SHARP [ PC-WE40T ]

CPU: Sempron3400+/1.80GHz, RAM: 1.5GB, Graphics Card: ATI RadeonXpress1100, Xserver: Xorg(1280*800*24, 1280*800*16), LAN Card: Cable: Realtek [RTL8101E] confirmed, LAN card: Wireless: Atheros [Unknown] Not confirmed, Puppy's version: 4.1.1-JP beta2


The name of LAN is different in each version of Puppy.

Rental DVD can be replay with Gxine.

Confirmed the operation of Cable LAN(I 'm writing this report in the forum). Wireless LAN is unverified. (report later).

- pipin -

199: acer aspireone [AOA150-Bb]

CPU: Atom N270 1.6GHz, RAM: 1GB, Xserver: Xorg(1024x600x24), Puppy's version: acer2-puppy-411.iso


Puppy Linux 4.1.1 run in "Acer aspire_one".

I downloaded acer2-puppy-411.iso after searching key word "aspireone" from the head of the house forum (English). And I made a USB thumb drive for boot by another Puppy operation PC. Afterwards, USB memory was able to be booted with aspireone.

I save Personal Storage File(2fs) in USB. It is completely separated with HDD of WindowsXP.

I used a Japanese Localize Kit "".

As I use "Thumb shift keyboard input method" for Japanese input, I installed "" and "".

The menu had been garbled, I substituted all "DejaVu Sans-12" in ~/.jwm/jwmrc-theme file to "DejaVu Sans 12". Thus, after reboot PC, the menu safely became Japanese.

Built-in Wireless LAN also recognized automatically. It was possible to connect by the WPA/TKIP method. Built-in camera is under investigation.

- king61 -

200: TOSHIBA [ dynabook ss RX1 ]

Congraturations No.200 !

CPU: 1,200MHz, RAM: 2,000MB, Xserver: 1024x800x24, Puppy's version: 4004


- angkor_h -

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