I guess its not really worth it for vector. I just liked the speed and responsiveness of puppy.
One thing I will say about puppy is its very very fast and responsive. As far as actually using it absolutely forget it.
Their package management is the worst I have ever seen in any of the perhaps 50 linux distros I have used or tried.
Unless everything you need comes with the puppy cd or derivative your using... Forget it.
Dependancy hell basically, with packages splattered acrross free hosting services and all these strange places, no central
organized way. Then, you have to be using the exact version package or forget it and its a mess even finding the right files.
Its kind of a mess and I'm done playing with even trying to install apps, I gave up and went running back to
my lovely vector box where everything works beautifully, but not quite as fast or responsive as puppy.
I was trying puppy on an ancient computer that did not work so well with vector, but I think I will try again with light.
I just figured perhaps I could learn something from that awful experience that could benefit my main vectorbox