|File Type||Puppy Linux Install Package|
|File Format||Standard (developed by Barry Kauler)|
|Usage||Runs when opened|
|Popularity||★ ★ ★ ★ ☆ Common|
A PET file is an install package created for Puppy Linux. It contains multiple installation files in a single compressed archive. PET archives can be created using one of several PET tools, such as dir2pet, pup2pet, and tgx2pet.
PET files are expanded and installed using PETget, an installation program included with Puppy Linux 2.14 and later. The name "PET" stands for "Puppy's Extra Treats."
About Puppy Linux
Puppy Linux is a small, trimmed-down version of Linux designed to make computing easy and fast. It can be loaded on a CD or flash drive and may be used to boot a computer. Puppy Linux is commonly used to remove malware and perform system diagnostics and file recovery on PCs.
|Published||November 24, 2009|