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Fatdog64 Linux – small, yet versatile multi-user Linux distribution

Fatdog64 Linux is a small yet versatile 64-bit multi-user Linux distribution.

Originally created as a “fatter” derivative of Puppy Linux, Fatdog has grown to become an independent, mature 64-bit Linux distribution while still keeping true to Puppy Linux spirit: small, fast and efficient.

At around ~600MB, Fatdog64 boots up to a complete desktop environment ready for use. Most applications needed for everyday use are already included.

Fatdog64 desktop

Working state:Active
Init Software:Busybox
Package Management:TXZ
Release Model:Fixed
This article is part of our Big List of Active Linux Distros which is currently under development.

What's a Linux distribution ("distro")?

A distro provides the user with a desktop environment, preloaded applications, and ways to update and maintain the system.

Each distro makes different choices, deciding which open source projects to install and provides custom written programs. They can have different philosophies.

Some distros are intended for desktop computers, some for servers without a graphical interface, and others for special uses. Because Linux is an open source operating system, combinations of software vary between Linux distros.
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