It depresses and terrifies me that people use Puppy. Most packages are "maintained" by people who are mostly completely clueless, and completely ignorant of the security and legal implications of how they've done it. It's all a huge horrible hack, as I discovered when I tried to make NetSurf packages for it, and ended up rewriting half of the package authoring tools to not be fundamentally broken. Not recommended by me; use Fedora or Ubuntu.
Fortunately, much of this walk-through applies to most distributions.
Adventures with a Lego-cased A7K web server Having previously built desktop and laptop cases of out Lego bricks, model building Peter Howkins has turned his attentions towards crafting a slim box to slid his A7000 into a rack, alongside other rackmount servers. Having pieced together the housing, Peter puts a legacy RISC OS machine through its paces as an internet-facing server. 11 comments, latest by jess on 3/12/08 2:07PM. Published: 21 Nov 2008