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How to Start Using Puppy Linux

Make a Puppy Linux Live Disc
To familirize yourself with Puppy Linux boot a live disc. Test your hardware. Try the included software.
If you want to install Puppy Linux without a live disc then follow this procedure: Installing without a Live Disc

Free Technical Support

Free support is available from the Puppy Linux Forum

Download Puppy Linux

Download the latest production version of Puppy Linux.
Experimenters may want to Download the latest development version of Puppy Linux. (if any)

Installation

InstallationNotes
InstallationFrugal
InstallationFullHDD
InstallationFullUSB
GRUB Quick Guide - GRand Unified Bootloader
Run Puppy from Windows 98. See also Pup4DOS
64 Meg or Less RAM
How To Install Puppy on a NTFS Partition ... i.e. most Windows XP/2000/NT installs

Configuring Puppy

Configuring Puppy
WiFi aka Wireless or IEEE 802.11
MultiLingualPuppy

Miscellaneous


Interactions with Other Operating Systems

How to use a NTFS partition with Puppy Linux for Windows NT, 2000, and XP users.
List of HowTo's in the Wiki, see CategoryHowTo.
List of HowTo's in the Puppy Forum
Use FTP with gFTP
Install Puppy to a USB flash drive by using the Puppy Universal Installer
Run Linux off an USB stick?
Use the Console command line tutorial

Visual Enhancements


Hardware

Minimum Hardware Requirements, see CategoryHardware.
Modems
PCMCIA wireless card
USB
Trouble Booting USB Keys/USB Flash Drives
Changing Mouse

Programming


Puppy Internals




Categories
CategoryHowTo
CategoryPuppyDocumentation
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