Web site: grafpup.org (not active)
Desktop environment: Openbox
Based on: Puppy Linux
Media: Live CD
The last version | Released: 2.00 | June 2, 2007
Grafpup – a Puppy based Linux distribution created for graphic designers and other imaging professionals.
Grafpup Linux offers a lot of different programs that are perfect both in the form of advanced and amateur software. It ships with pre-installed appliacations for vector graphics, bitmap graphics, photo and graphics processing (GIMP, Cinepaint, Inkscape, Scribus), tools for creating websites and an interesting multimedia player. This version of Linux is only 75 MB, which seems really small, as for what it really has to offer.
Apart from interesting graphic programs, Grafpup offers options that will help you organize and configure all tools. It is very user-friendly because it has a number of wizards that facilitate the majority of tasks related to administration, networking or drives. The system is also equipped with a package manager, which facilitates the installation of many packages that are able to effectively increase the capabilities and scope of the system.
It uses the Openbox window manager as default.