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Last edited on 2012-08-18 07:36:42 by darkcity [update quickpet]
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~The utility [[SFSLoad SFS_Load]] can load SFS file on a Full Installation. Also, in QuickPet and SlickPet there is the //Sfs Get// tab to load SFSs which is compatible with Full installation.
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~The utility [[SFSLoad SFS_Load]] can load SFS file on a Full Installation. Also, in QuickPet and SlickPet there is the //Sfs Get// tab to load SFS which is compatible with full installation.


Revision [23302]

Edited on 2012-08-18 07:35:52 by darkcity [update quickpet]
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~Installing a SFS file in a Full installation is slightly more complicated than on a Frugal installation. Here are a few methods that work.
==Terminal method==
~1. Click on the .sfs file in a filer window to mount it.
~2. Open a terminal in the mounted directory and enter the following
~%%
# sync%%
~3. Click on the .sfs file to unmount it
~Note 1, the ##--remove-destination## option is **essential**. If you only use '-f' to force overwrite, it will follow (dereference) a symlink, that can cause unexpected overwrites.
~Note 2, replace ##/mnt/hda2/## with the name of the partition where Puppy is installed.
==GUI Methods==
~The utility [[SFSLoad SFS_Load]] can load SFS file on a Full Installation. Also, in QuickPet and SlickPet there is the //Sfs Get// tab to load SFS which is compatible with full installation.
~{{image url="http://img251.imageshack.us/img251/3923/sfstb.jpg" title="text" alt="text"}}
[[LucidPuppySFS]]
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Currently, installing a SFS file in a full hard drive installation (as opposed to a "frugal" installation) is slightly more complicated, and you can't undo it. It involves some steps....

1. Click on the .sfs file in a filer window to mount it.
2. Open a terminal in the mounted directory and enter the following
%%
# sync
%%
3. Click on the .sfs file to unmount it
Note 1, the ##--remove-destination## option is **essential**. If you only use '-f' to force overwrite, it will follow (dereference) a symlink, that can cause unexpected overwrites.
Note 2, replace ##/mnt/hda2/## with the name of the partition where Puppy is installed.
==Alternative Method==
The utility [[SFSLoad SFS_Load]] can also load SFS file on a Full Installation.


Revision [23300]

Edited on 2012-08-17 18:35:01 by darkcity [link]
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==Also on the Wiki==
==Related Webpages==
[[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=583648 How to add SFS Full Installation thread]]
[[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=44765 SFS Installer GUI Directly for Full Installation thread]]
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==Categories==
CategoryFileManager
CategoryTutorial
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==Also see==
==Related Pages==
[[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=583648 discussion thread]]


Revision [19661]

Edited on 2011-11-26 15:17:37 by darkcity [image]
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{{image url="http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?mode=attach&id=49083" title="squashfs" alt="sfs img"}}
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{{image url="http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?mode=attach&id=49083" title="squashfs" alt="squashfs"}}


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Edited on 2011-11-17 06:06:29 by darkcity [sfsload]
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==Alternative Method==
The utility [[SFSLoad SFS_Load]] can also load SFS file on a Full Installation.
[[SFSLoad SFS_Load can also load SFS files on a Full Installation]]
[[SquashFSPuppy1 SquashFS on Puppy1]]
==Related Pages==
[[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=583648 discussion thread]]
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[[SquashFSPuppy1]]


Revision [19543]

Edited on 2011-11-16 09:34:10 by darkcity [tidy and seperate]
Additions:
Note 2, replace ##/mnt/hda2/## with the name of the partition where Puppy is installed.
Deletions:
Note 2, replace ##/mnt/hda2## with the name of the partition where Puppy is installed.


Revision [19542]

Edited on 2011-11-16 09:33:20 by darkcity [tidy and seperate]
Additions:
Note 1, the ##--remove-destination## option is **essential**. If you only use '-f' to force overwrite, it will follow (dereference) a symlink, that can cause unexpected overwrites.
Note 2, replace ##/mnt/hda2## with the name of the partition where Puppy is installed.
Deletions:
Note1, the ##--remove-destination## option is **essential**. If you only use '-f' to force overwrite, it will follow (dereference) a symlink, that can cause unexpected overwrites.
Note2, replace ##/mnt/hda2## with the name of the partition where Puppy is installed.


Revision [19541]

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