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To be able to use Puppy create a LiveCD/DVD

Installation

Installation is optional and requires a LiveCD/DVD
InstallationFrugal
InstallationFullHDD
InstallationFullUSB

"INSTALL PUPPY TO USB-STICK" (for windows user)

1. Download syslinux from kernel.org
("http://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/boot/syslinux/")

2. Download latest puppy linux iso
("http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm)

3. You need a file archiver like 7-Zip ("http://www.7-zip.org/download.html")

4. Clean up your usb stick (backup your data)

5. Extract the puppy iso to your usb drive using e.g. 7-zip
(it's important that the original file names will be kept, sometimes the archivers mess up with the names e.g. PUP_434.SFS instead of pup-434.sfs)

6. Extract syslinux to your hard drive. Using the windows cmd, cd to your syslinux folder (e.g. C:/syslinux/win32/)
enter in cmd "syslinux.exe -m -a X:" (where X: is your usb-stick).
You have now a bootable usb stick.

7. On your usb-stick rename the file "isolinux.cfg" to "syslinux.cfg".
You can delete "isolinux.bin", you won't need it.

8. Edit "syslinux.cfg" in a text editor
at the line "append initrd=initrd.gz pmedia=cd"
change "pmedia=cd" to "pmedia=usbflash".

9. Have fun with your new puppy usb stick

Tutorials

book by Grant Wilson downloadable as PDF
Puppy Linux 4.30 tutorial PDF
Video Tutorials
Frequently Asked Questions
Puppy Tutorial Videos
MicrosoftWindowsUserHowTo
Puppy Linux Search Engine
Printing in Puppy

Technical Support

Free support is available from the Puppy Linux Discussion Forum



Categories
CategoryHowTo
CategoryPuppyDocumentation
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