Out of boredom, I tried to install SafePup from a seldomly-used flashdrive I have and I must say that I'm a bit impressed with the performance of the diminutive Linux distro. SafePup is a variant of Puppy Linux, one of the so-called minimalist Linux distribution. The whole SafePup system occupies a little less than 65MB of my unused 128MB flash drive.
Making SafePup boot from a flashdrive is as easy as formatting the flashdrive using FAT as its filesystem and simply copying the SsafePup files into it. Then to use it, simply press the Esc button while the Eee is booting up and choose the flashdrive in the boot up routine.
SafePup seems quick and robust and may well be a worthy alternative to the bundled Xandrox Linux.
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