If you’ve made your way here, then you’ve most likely found your way from Puppy Linux, and you’re looking for an old computer software project I created, Tigerpup. Alas, this is no longer to be found. I finished working on Tigerpup some years ago, and haven’t looked back since.
Puppy Linux is a great project, but not where I’m wanting to put my time right now. Rather than endlessly chase stray configurations and packages only to be found deep within the Puppy forums, I realised I just wanted a system that worked, was smooth, modern, and I could configure with minimal hassle then leave. I migrated to Ubuntu, and haven’t looked back since.
I love Ubuntu, and run it on two netbooks and my server. Currently I’ve started playing around with a very low-powered arm board called the hackberry, which I’m experimenting with as a server. If you’d like to find out more, check out my hackberry blog (running on a hackberry, no less!): http://hacktheberry.com/
Tigerpup was a project experimenting with using Compiz as a window manager. Ubuntu has since integrated compiz with their unity interface, and I encourage everyone to check it out. Am I ever going to work on Tigerpup again? Nope. Is it possible you could still find a Tigerpup image on the web somewhere? Maybe, but I haven’t kept any. Am I likely to work as a dev on the Puppy Linux project again? Doesn’t interest me at this time, but you never know. Time to get back to making theatre for a living, and playing with computers in my spare time.