Puppy Linux is so nice that I always keep it around even if I don't need it. I have a small partition on my laptop where I install different versions of Puppy, and they co-exist with my main Ubuntu (actually Xubuntu) system. The installation is very easy.
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
If you have a single wired Internet connection (like in a hotel room) you can create Wireless Access Point with Ubuntu and share the Internet connection among multiple devices. This can be done very easily on Ubuntu (whatch this tutorial: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0FFQVy3RUg) It will create an ad-hoc wifi network. However ad-hoc networks are not supported in some android models, windows mobile, and iOS devices. A more universal solution is to create an Access Point (or Infrastructure, or Hotspot) wifi network. This is a bit more complicated but not so difficult. Here I will describe how to do it.