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[[HomePage]] > [[ComponentHowTo Components and HowTos]] > [[InstallationIndex Install]]
====Installation to 'Live' DVD or CD====
~Puppy can run directly from a DVD or CD.
==How to create a Live DVD or CD (install Puppy Linux to an optical disc)==
==How to write (burn) an ISO image file to optical disc==
==How to run GNU/Linux from optical disc==
Deletions:
====How to install GNU/Linux to optical disc====
====How to write (burn) an ISO image file to optical disc====
====How to run GNU/Linux from optical disc====


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Edited on 2013-05-23 11:51:04 by coolpup
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~-save any new user data (session) to the same optical disc from which one is running the operating system ([[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=626234#626234 multisession]])
Deletions:
~-save any new user data (session) to the same optical disc from which one is running the operating system


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Edited on 2013-05-18 12:15:20 by coolpup
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When shutting down Puppy GNU/Linux one will be offered one or more of the following options:
~-save any new user data (session) to one's personal save file located on any partition
~-save any new user data (session) to the same optical disc from which one is running the operating system
Deletions:
When shutting down Puppy GNU/Linux one will be given one or more of the following options:
~-any additional software or data may be written to one's personal save file located on any partition
~-such data is desired to be stored on the same optical disc from which one is running the operating system


Revision [27453]

Edited on 2013-05-18 12:12:25 by coolpup
Additions:
When shutting down Puppy GNU/Linux one will be given one or more of the following options:
~-create a personal storage ''save file'' with the option of selecting its preferred location.
~-any additional software or data may be written to one's personal save file located on any partition
~-such data is desired to be stored on the same optical disc from which one is running the operating system
Deletions:
When shutting down Puppy GNU/Linux for the first time one will be given the option to create a personal storage ''save file'' with the option of selecting its preferred location.
When the computer re-starts it should load (start) the operating system. If it does not load ensure to follow the instructions from //Appendices 1//, //2// and //3//.
When running Puppy GNU/Linux from optical disc any additional software or data may be written to one's personal save file located on any partition. If such data is desired to be stored on the same optical disc from which one is running the operating system then one would need to create a special MultiSessionLiveDVD.
===Appendix 7 - {{color text="Creating a Multisession LiveDVD" c="black"}}===
MultiSessionLiveDVD


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~~-D.V.D. has a superior specification relative to C.D.
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~~-D.V.D. has a superior specification to C.D.


Revision [27451]

Edited on 2013-05-16 16:46:27 by coolpup
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====How to install GNU/Linux to optical disc====
====How to write (burn) an ISO image file to optical disc====
Deletions:
====How to install GNU/Linux to an optical disc====
====How to write (burn) an ISO image file to an optical disc====


Revision [27450]

Edited on 2013-05-16 16:43:43 by coolpup
Additions:
~~-install a recent version of the **[[http://www.smokey01.com/coolpup libburn]] software package**
Deletions:
~~-install a recent version of the **##[[http://www.smokey01.com/coolpup libburn## software package**


Revision [27449]

Edited on 2013-05-16 16:42:48 by coolpup
Additions:
~~-install a recent version of the **##[[http://www.smokey01.com/coolpup libburn## software package**
~~-write (burn) the ISO file to the optical disc, via the command-line interface: **%%burniso <file.iso>%%**
Deletions:
~~-install a recent version of the ##libburn## software package from [[http://www.smokey01.com/coolpup here]]
~~-write (burn) the ISO file to the optical disc, via the command-line interface: %%burniso <file.iso>%%


Revision [27448]

Edited on 2013-05-16 16:40:22 by coolpup
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====How to install GNU/Linux to an optical disc====
====How to write (burn) an ISO image file to an optical disc====
~~-install a recent version of the ##libburn## software package from [[http://www.smokey01.com/coolpup here]]
~~-write (burn) the ISO file to the optical disc, via the command-line interface: %%burniso <file.iso>%%
~~-use either one of these free software writer programs:
~~~-[[http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/downloads-free-software.htm BurnCDCC]] (simple)
~~~-[[http://infrarecorder.org InfraRecorder]] (advanced)
====How to run GNU/Linux from optical disc====
Deletions:
===={{color text="How to install GNU/Linux to an optical disc" c="green"}}====
===={{color text="How to write (burn) an ISO image file to an optical disc" c="green"}}====
~~-install a recent version of the ##libburn## software package from [[http://www.smokey01.com/coolpup here]] and then write (burn) the ISO file to the optical disc, via the command-line interface: %%burniso <file.iso>%%
~~-use either (a) or (b), which are both free software writer programs
~~~-(a) [[http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/downloads-free-software.htm BurnCDCC]] (simple)
~~~-(b) [[http://infrarecorder.org InfraRecorder]] (advanced)
===={{color text="How to run GNU/Linux from optical disc" c="green"}}====


Revision [27447]

Edited on 2013-05-16 13:32:04 by coolpup
Additions:
~~-D.V.D. has a superior specification to C.D.
~~-DVD+RW optical discs do not require blanking
~~-DVD+RW optical discs are rewritable
Deletions:
~-D.V.D. has a superior specification to C.D.
~-DVD+RW optical discs do not require blanking
~-DVD+RW optical discs are rewritable


Revision [27446]

Edited on 2013-05-16 13:27:52 by coolpup
Additions:
~~-install a recent version of the ##libburn## software package from [[http://www.smokey01.com/coolpup here]] and then write (burn) the ISO file to the optical disc, via the command-line interface: %%burniso <file.iso>%%
Deletions:
~~-install a recent version of the ##libburn## software package from [[http://www.smokey01.com/coolpup here]] and then write (burn) the ISO file to the optical disc, via the command-line interface: %%cdrskin_shell <file.iso>%%


Revision [27445]

Edited on 2013-05-16 12:14:51 by coolpup
Additions:
===={{color text="How to run GNU/Linux from optical disc" c="green"}}====
Deletions:
==={{color text="How to run GNU/Linux from optical disc" c="green"}}===


Revision [27444]

Edited on 2013-05-16 12:10:49 by coolpup
Additions:
~~-install a recent version of the ##libburn## software package from [[http://www.smokey01.com/coolpup here]] and then write (burn) the ISO file to the optical disc, via the command-line interface: %%cdrskin_shell <file.iso>%%
Deletions:
~-acquire a recent **##libburn## software package**
~~-install the recent version of the ##libburn## software package from [[http://www.smokey01.com/coolpup here]] and then write (burn) the ISO file to the optical disc, via the command-line interface: %%cdrskin_shell <file.iso>%%


Revision [27443]

Edited on 2013-05-16 11:52:27 by coolpup
Additions:
~-acquire a recent **##libburn## software package**
===={{color text="How to write (burn) an ISO image file to an optical disc" c="green"}}====
Deletions:
~-acquire a recent **[[http://www.smokey01.com/coolpup libburn]] software package**
===={{color text="How to write (burn) the ISO image file to an optical disc" c="green"}}====


Revision [27442]

Edited on 2013-05-16 11:34:44 by coolpup
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===={{color text="How to install GNU/Linux to an optical disc" c="green"}}====
- acquire access to an **optical disc drive** that has writing capability (with the logos //DVD//, //RW// and //""ReWritable""// on the drive tray)
==={{color text="How to run GNU/Linux from optical disc" c="green"}}===
Deletions:
===={{color text="How to install GNU/Linux to an optical disc by creating a live D.V.D." c="green"}}====
- acquire access to an **optical disc drive** that has writing capability (with the logos //RW// and/or //""ReWritable""// on the drive tray)
==={{color text="How to run GNU/Linux from the LiveDVD" c="green"}}===


Revision [27441]

Edited on 2013-05-15 17:02:11 by coolpup
Additions:
~-use high-quality DVD+RW optical discs, such as the Verbatim brand
~-DVD+RW optical discs do not require blanking
~-DVD+RW optical discs are rewritable
Deletions:
~-use high-quality DVD+RW optical discs, which are rewritable, such as the Verbatim brand
~~-e.g., DVD+RW optical discs do not require blanking


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Edited on 2013-05-15 16:58:10 by coolpup
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(If //wget// is not used then one should verify its integrity by verifying its MD5 or SHA checksum). This ISO file may then be written to a optical disc using a particular software program. It is by booting up with this disc in the optical disc drive that one can run and use Puppy Linux.
Deletions:
(If //wget// is not used then one should verify its integrity by verifying its MD5 or SHA checksum). This ISO file may then be written to a blank optical disc using a particular software program. It is by booting up with this disc in the optical disc drive that one can run and use Puppy Linux.


Revision [27439]

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2) ensure that the B.I.O.S. is configured to follow the correct boot sequence (read //Appendix 3// below)
3) shutdown the computer and ensure that the computer is switched off
4) switch on the computer
When the computer re-starts it should load (start) the operating system. If it does not load ensure to follow the instructions from //Appendices 1//, //2// and //3//.
When running Puppy GNU/Linux from optical disc any additional software or data may be written to one's personal save file located on any partition. If such data is desired to be stored on the same optical disc from which one is running the operating system then one would need to create a special MultiSessionLiveDVD.
Deletions:
2) shutdown the computer and ensure that the computer is switched off
3) switch on the computer
When the computer re-starts it should load (start) Puppy Linux. If Puppy does not load:
1) ensure to follow the instructions at //Appendices 1//, //2// and //3//
2) [[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/ Technical Support]]
When running Puppy from optical disc any additional software or data may be written to one's personal save file located on any partition. If such data is desired to be stored on the same optical disc from which one is running the operating system then one would need to create a special MultiSessionLiveDVD.


Revision [27438]

Edited on 2013-05-15 16:44:01 by coolpup
Additions:
~~-install the recent version of the ##libburn## software package from [[http://www.smokey01.com/coolpup here]] and then write (burn) the ISO file to the optical disc, via the command-line interface: %%cdrskin_shell <file.iso>%%
Deletions:
~~-install the recent version of the ##libburn## software package from **[[http://www.smokey01.com/coolpup here]] and then write (burn) the ISO file to the optical disc, via the command-line interface: %%cdrskin_shell <file.iso>%%


Revision [27437]

Edited on 2013-05-15 16:43:34 by coolpup
Additions:
~~-install the recent version of the ##libburn## software package from **[[http://www.smokey01.com/coolpup here]] and then write (burn) the ISO file to the optical disc, via the command-line interface: %%cdrskin_shell <file.iso>%%
Deletions:
~~-write (burn) the ISO file to the optical disc, using the command-line interface: %%cdrskin_shell <file.iso>%%


Revision [27436]

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==={{color text="How to run GNU/Linux from the LiveDVD" c="green"}}===
1) ensure the optical disc is located inside its drive
When shutting down Puppy GNU/Linux for the first time one will be given the option to create a personal storage ''save file'' with the option of selecting its preferred location.
Deletions:
==={{color text="Running Puppy GNU/Linux from the LiveDVD" c="green"}}===
1) ensure the optical disc is located in its drive
When shutting down for the first time one will be given the option to create a personal storage ''save file'' with the option of selecting its preferred location.


Revision [27435]

Edited on 2013-05-15 16:32:13 by coolpup
Additions:
When running Puppy from optical disc any additional software or data may be written to one's personal save file located on any partition. If such data is desired to be stored on the same optical disc from which one is running the operating system then one would need to create a special MultiSessionLiveDVD.
---
~~-e.g., DVD+RW optical discs do not require blanking
Deletions:
When running Puppy from optical disc any additional software or data may be written to one's personal save file located on any partition. If such data is desired to be stored on the same optical disc from which one is running Puppy then one would need to create a special MultiSessionLiveDVD.
~~-DVD+RW optical discs do not require blanking
~-{{color text="How to blank a re-writable CD-RW optical disc" c="green"}}
~~-__Within Puppy Linux__
~~~-go to: //Menu > Multimedia > Pburn//
~~-__Within Microsoft Windows__
~~~-use the free program [[http://infrarecorder.org InfraRecorder]]


Revision [27434]

Edited on 2013-05-15 12:10:52 by coolpup
Additions:
- acquire access to an **optical disc drive** that has writing capability (with the logos //RW// and/or //""ReWritable""// on the drive tray)
- acquire a **DVD+RW optical disc** (read //Appendix 1// below)
- acquire the **ISO image file** of the desired GNU/Linux distribution, such as a [[http://puppylinux.com/download/index.html recent Puppy version]] (read //Appendix 2// below)
~-acquire a recent **[[http://www.smokey01.com/coolpup libburn]] software package**
Deletions:
- acquire access to an optical disc drive that has writing capability (with the logos //RW// and/or //""ReWritable""// on the drive tray)
- acquire a DVD+RW optical disc (read //Appendix 1// below)
- acquire the ISO image file of the desired GNU/Linux distribution, such as a [[http://puppylinux.com/download/index.html recent Puppy version]] (read //Appendix 2// below)
~-acquire a recent [[http://www.smokey01.com/coolpup libburn]] software package


Revision [27433]

Edited on 2013-05-15 12:09:43 by coolpup
Additions:
~-acquire a recent [[http://www.smokey01.com/coolpup libburn]] software package
Deletions:
~~-acquire a recent [[http://www.smokey01.com/coolpup libburn]] software package


Revision [27432]

Edited on 2013-05-15 12:09:14 by coolpup
Additions:
- acquire the ISO image file of the desired GNU/Linux distribution, such as a [[http://puppylinux.com/download/index.html recent Puppy version]] (read //Appendix 2// below)
~~-acquire a recent [[http://www.smokey01.com/coolpup libburn]] software package
Deletions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired GNU/Linux distribution, such as a [[http://puppylinux.com/download/index.html recent Puppy version]] (read //Appendix 2// below)
~~-install a recent [[http://www.smokey01.com/coolpup libburn]] software package


Revision [27431]

Edited on 2013-05-15 12:06:55 by coolpup
Additions:
===={{color text="How to write (burn) the ISO image file to an optical disc" c="green"}}====
Deletions:
===={{color text="How to write (burn) the ISO file to a blank optical disc" c="green"}}====


Revision [27430]

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===Appendix 1 - {{color text="Using high-quality media is essential" c="black"}}===
~-use high-quality DVD+RW optical discs, which are rewritable, such as the Verbatim brand
~-D.V.D. has a superior specification to C.D.
Deletions:
===Appendix 1 - {{color text="Using high-quality blank media is essential" c="black"}}===
~-Use high-quality DVD+RW optical discs, which are rewritable, such as the Verbatim brand.
~-D.V.D. has a superior specification to CD


Revision [27429]

Edited on 2013-05-15 11:21:53 by coolpup
Additions:
~~-install a recent [[http://www.smokey01.com/coolpup libburn]] software package
Deletions:
~~-install the [[http://www.smokey01.com/coolpup libburn]] software package


Revision [27428]

Edited on 2013-05-15 11:19:38 by coolpup
Additions:
==={{color text="Running Puppy GNU/Linux from the LiveDVD" c="green"}}===
Deletions:
==={{color text="Running Puppy Linux from the LiveDVD" c="green"}}===


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Edited on 2013-05-15 11:18:03 by coolpup
Additions:
~~-always select a maximum write speed of **4x** **{{color text="to ensure that data is written properly" c="red"}}**
Deletions:
~~-always select a maximum write speed of **{{color text="4x"c="green"}}** **{{color text="to ensure that data is written properly" c="red"}}**


Revision [27426]

Edited on 2013-05-15 11:15:16 by coolpup
Additions:
~~-write (burn) the ISO file to the optical disc, using the command-line interface: %%cdrskin_shell <file.iso>%%
Deletions:
~~-usage: %%cdrskin_shell <file.iso>%%


Revision [27425]

Edited on 2013-05-15 11:01:33 by coolpup
Additions:
~~-install the [[http://www.smokey01.com/coolpup libburn]] software package
Deletions:
~~-install the [[libburn]] software package


Revision [27424]

Edited on 2013-05-15 10:58:41 by coolpup
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~-__Within GNU/Linux__
~~-install the [[libburn]] software package
~~-usage: %%cdrskin_shell <file.iso>%%
~~-use either (a) or (b), which are both free software writer programs
~~-always select a maximum write speed of **{{color text="4x"c="green"}}** **{{color text="to ensure that data is written properly" c="red"}}**
Deletions:
~-when using the software writer (""Pburn"", ""BurnCDCC"" or ""InfraRecorder"") always select:
~~-a maximum write speed of **{{color text="4x"c="green"}}** **{{color text="to ensure that data is written properly" c="red"}}**
~-__Within Puppy Linux__
~~-go to: //Menu > Multimedia > Pburn//
~~-Use either (a) or (b), both free programs


Revision [27423]

Edited on 2013-05-15 10:46:32 by coolpup
Additions:
~~-a maximum write speed of **{{color text="4x"c="green"}}** **{{color text="to ensure that data is written properly" c="red"}}**
~~-go to: //Menu > Multimedia > Pburn//
Deletions:
- a maximum write speed of **{{color text="4x"c="green"}}** **{{color text="to ensure that data is written properly" c="red"}}**
- go to: //Menu > Multimedia > Pburn//


Revision [27422]

Edited on 2013-05-15 10:43:18 by coolpup
Additions:
~-when using the software writer (""Pburn"", ""BurnCDCC"" or ""InfraRecorder"") always select:
~-__Within Puppy Linux__
~-__ Within Microsoft Windows__
~~-Use either (a) or (b), both free programs
~~~-(a) [[http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/downloads-free-software.htm BurnCDCC]] (simple)
~~~-(b) [[http://infrarecorder.org InfraRecorder]] (advanced)
~~~-go to: //Menu > Multimedia > Pburn//
~~~-use the free program [[http://infrarecorder.org InfraRecorder]]
~-optical disc archiving:
~~-http://www.cd-info.com/archiving/
~~-http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Optical_media_preservation
~~-http://www.lne.eu/en/r_and_d/digital-optical-research/archiving-digital-gis-don.asp
~~-http://www.osta.org/technology/pdf/whitepapers/OSFA-12-05-04.pdf
Deletions:
When using the software writer (""Pburn"", ""BurnCDCC"" or ""InfraRecorder"") always select:
__Within Puppy Linux__
__ Within Microsoft Windows__
Use either (a) or (b), both free programs
~-(a) [[http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/downloads-free-software.htm BurnCDCC]] (simple)
~-(b) [[http://infrarecorder.org InfraRecorder]] (advanced)
- use the free program [[http://infrarecorder.org InfraRecorder]]
Optical disc archiving:
http://www.cd-info.com/archiving/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Optical_media_preservation
http://www.lne.eu/en/r_and_d/digital-optical-research/archiving-digital-gis-don.asp
http://www.osta.org/technology/pdf/whitepapers/OSFA-12-05-04.pdf


Revision [27421]

Edited on 2013-05-15 10:33:28 by coolpup
Additions:
- acquire access to an optical disc drive that has writing capability (with the logos //RW// and/or //""ReWritable""// on the drive tray)
- acquire a DVD+RW optical disc (read //Appendix 1// below)
- acquire the ISO file of the desired GNU/Linux distribution, such as a [[http://puppylinux.com/download/index.html recent Puppy version]] (read //Appendix 2// below)
- write (burn) the ISO file to the optical disc
~-Use high-quality DVD+RW optical discs, which are rewritable, such as the Verbatim brand.
~-D.V.D. has a superior specification to CD
~~-DVD+RW optical discs do not require blanking
~-{{color text="How to blank a re-writable CD-RW optical disc" c="green"}}
~~-__Within Puppy Linux__
~~-__Within Microsoft Windows__
Deletions:
- acquire access to an optical disc drive with writing capability (with the logos //RW// and/or //""ReWritable""// on the drive tray)
- acquire a blank optical disc and read //Appendix 1// below
- acquire the ISO file of a [[http://puppylinux.com/download/index.html recent Puppy version]], and read //Appendix 2// below
- write (burn) the ISO file to the blank optical disc
=={{color text="How to blank a re-writable optical disc" c="green"}}==
To create a live disc it is recommended to use DVD+RW discs, which are rewritable.
D.V.D. has a superior specification to CD.


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Edited on 2013-05-15 10:23:36 by coolpup
Additions:
2) [[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/ Technical Support]]
Deletions:
2) [[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/ Free Technical Support]]


Revision [27419]

Edited on 2013-05-15 10:22:49 by coolpup
Additions:
===={{color text="How to install GNU/Linux to an optical disc by creating a live D.V.D." c="green"}}====
- a maximum write speed of **{{color text="4x"c="green"}}** **{{color text="to ensure that data is written properly" c="red"}}**
Deletions:
[[HomePage]] > [[ComponentHowTo Components and HowTos]] > [[InstallationIndex Install]]
====How to install Puppy Linux to an optical disc by creating a live D.V.D.====
- a maximum write speed of **{{color text="8x"c="green"}}** **{{color text="to ensure that data is written properly" c="red"}}**
===References===
http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=498932#498932


Revision [27418]

Edited on 2013-05-14 13:09:50 by coolpup
Additions:
===Appendix 1 - {{color text="Using high-quality blank media is essential" c="black"}}===
To create a live disc it is recommended to use DVD+RW discs, which are rewritable.
D.V.D. has a superior specification to CD.
Deletions:
===Appendix 1 - {{color text="Using high-quality blank media" c="black"}}===
To create a live disc it is recommended to use DVD+R discs. D.V.D. has a superior specification than CD. DVD+R is superior than DVD-R. Re-writable media may be used (DVD-RW or CD-RW). {{color text="It is essential to use high-quality media from manufacturers such as Taiyo Yuden and Verbatim" c="black"}}.


Revision [27417]

Edited on 2013-05-14 13:05:09 by coolpup
Additions:
~-(a) [[http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/downloads-free-software.htm BurnCDCC]] (simple)
~-(b) [[http://infrarecorder.org InfraRecorder]] (advanced)
Deletions:
(a) [[http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/downloads-free-software.htm BurnCDCC]] (simple)
(b) [[http://infrarecorder.org InfraRecorder]] (advanced)


Revision [27416]

Edited on 2013-05-14 13:02:52 by coolpup
Additions:
- use the free program [[http://infrarecorder.org InfraRecorder]]
When using the software writer (""Pburn"", ""BurnCDCC"" or ""InfraRecorder"") always select:
- a maximum write speed of **{{color text="8x"c="green"}}** **{{color text="to ensure that data is written properly" c="red"}}**
(b) [[http://infrarecorder.org InfraRecorder]] (advanced)
Deletions:
- use the free program [[http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ ImgBurn]]
When using the software writer (""Burniso2cd"", ""BurnCDCC"" or ""ImgBurn"") always select:
- write speed of **{{color text="4x"c="green"}}** **{{color text="to ensure that data is written properly" c="red"}}**
- go to: //Menu > Multimedia > ""Burniso2cd""//
(b) [[http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ ImgBurn]] (advanced) ([[http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=guides Guide]])


Revision [20028]

Edited on 2011-12-30 20:00:45 by coolpup
Additions:
For a computer to boot from a device such as an optical disc or a flash memory drive the device must be read/accessed //before// any other connected device such as a H.D.D.; therefore when, for example, an optical disc is in the optical disc drive at boot up it will load Puppy Linux from that drive only, and no where else, if the computer has been configured specifically to do that. If the computer does not start/boot from the live D.V.D. it will be necessary to either access a boot menu or the B.I.O.S. so that the computer is instructed to boot from the optical disc drive and not any other drive; re-starting will be necessary in conjunction with using the correct key(s) (see Appendix from [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/InstallationFullHDD here]]).
Deletions:
For a computer to boot from a device such as an optical disc or a flash memory drive the device must be read/accessed //before// any other connected device such as a H.D.D.; therefore when, for example, an optical disc is in the optical disc drive at boot up it will load Puppy Linux from that drive only and no where else if the computer has been configured specifically to do that. If the computer does not start/boot from the live D.V.D. it will be necessary to either access a boot menu or the B.I.O.S. so that the computer is instructed to boot from the optical disc drive and not any other drive; re-starting will be necessary in conjunction with using the correct key(s) (see Appendix from [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/InstallationFullHDD here]]).


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Edited on 2011-12-30 19:59:49 by coolpup
Additions:
For a computer to boot from a device such as an optical disc or a flash memory drive the device must be read/accessed //before// any other connected device such as a H.D.D.; therefore when, for example, an optical disc is in the optical disc drive at boot up it will load Puppy Linux from that drive only and no where else if the computer has been configured specifically to do that. If the computer does not start/boot from the live D.V.D. it will be necessary to either access a boot menu or the B.I.O.S. so that the computer is instructed to boot from the optical disc drive and not any other drive; re-starting will be necessary in conjunction with using the correct key(s) (see Appendix from [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/InstallationFullHDD here]]).
Deletions:
For a computer to boot from a device such as an optical disc or a flash memory drive the device must be read/accessed //before// any other connected device such as a H.D.D.; therefore when, for example, an optical disc is in the optical disc drive at boot up it will load Puppy Linux from that drive only and no where else. If the computer does not start/boot from the live D.V.D. it will be necessary to either access a boot menu or the B.I.O.S. so that the computer is instructed to boot from the optical disc drive and not any other drive; re-starting will be necessary in conjunction with using the correct key(s) (see Appendix from [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/InstallationFullHDD here]]).


Revision [20026]

Edited on 2011-12-30 19:55:59 by coolpup
Additions:
For a computer to boot from a device such as an optical disc or a flash memory drive the device must be read/accessed //before// any other connected device such as a H.D.D.; therefore when, for example, an optical disc is in the optical disc drive at boot up it will load Puppy Linux from that drive only and no where else. If the computer does not start/boot from the live D.V.D. it will be necessary to either access a boot menu or the B.I.O.S. so that the computer is instructed to boot from the optical disc drive and not any other drive; re-starting will be necessary in conjunction with using the correct key(s) (see Appendix from [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/InstallationFullHDD here]]).
Deletions:
For a computer to boot from a device such as an optical disc or a flash memory drive the device must be read/accessed //before// any H.D.D.; therefore when, for example, an optical disc is in the optical disc drive at boot up it will load Puppy Linux from that drive only and no where else. If the computer does not start/boot from the live D.V.D. it will be necessary to either access a boot menu or the B.I.O.S. so that the computer is instructed to boot from the optical disc drive and not any other drive; re-starting will be necessary in conjunction with using the correct key(s) (see Appendix from [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/InstallationFullHDD here]]).


Revision [20025]

Edited on 2011-12-30 19:54:37 by coolpup
Additions:
For a computer to boot from a device such as an optical disc or a flash memory drive the device must be read/accessed //before// any H.D.D.; therefore when, for example, an optical disc is in the optical disc drive at boot up it will load Puppy Linux from that drive only and no where else. If the computer does not start/boot from the live D.V.D. it will be necessary to either access a boot menu or the B.I.O.S. so that the computer is instructed to boot from the optical disc drive and not any other drive; re-starting will be necessary in conjunction with using the correct key(s) (see Appendix from [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/InstallationFullHDD here]]).
Deletions:
For a computer to boot from a live disc the optical drive must be read/accessed //before// the H.D.D. is; therefore when the optical disc is in the optical disc drive at boot up it will load Puppy Linux from that drive only and no where else. If the computer does not start/boot from the live D.V.D. it will be necessary to either access a boot menu or the B.I.O.S. so that the computer is instructed to boot from the optical disc drive and not any other drive; re-starting will be necessary in conjunction with using the correct key(s) (see Appendix from [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/InstallationFullHDD here]]).


Revision [19454]

Edited on 2011-11-12 09:37:18 by coolpup
Additions:
====How to install Puppy Linux to an optical disc by creating a live D.V.D.====
=={{color text="How to blank a re-writable optical disc" c="green"}}==
===={{color text="How to write (burn) the ISO file to a blank optical disc" c="green"}}====
Optical disc archiving:
http://www.cd-info.com/archiving/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Optical_media_preservation
http://www.lne.eu/en/r_and_d/digital-optical-research/archiving-digital-gis-don.asp
http://www.osta.org/technology/pdf/whitepapers/OSFA-12-05-04.pdf
CategoryArchiving
Deletions:
===How to install Puppy Linux to an optical disc by creating a live DVD===
==={{color text="How to blank a re-writable optical disc" c="green"}}===
==={{color text="How to write (burn) the ISO file to a blank optical disc" c="green"}}===


Revision [18176]

Edited on 2011-09-23 04:09:42 by coolpup
Additions:
The downloaded container file must have the extension //.iso//. It is an exact copy, or image, of an existing file system. To ensure that the file is downloaded completely and without corruption use the [[wget]] command, e.g.: %%wget -c /puppy-version-location/puppy-version.iso%%
(If //wget// is not used then one should verify its integrity by verifying its MD5 or SHA checksum). This ISO file may then be written to a blank optical disc using a particular software program. It is by booting up with this disc in the optical disc drive that one can run and use Puppy Linux.
Deletions:
The downloaded container file must have the extension //.iso//. It is an exact copy, or image, of an existing file system. To ensure that the file is downloaded completely without corruption use the //wget// command, e.g.: %%wget -c /puppy-version-location/puppy-version.iso%%
(If //wget// is not used then one should verify its integrity by checking its [[MD5sum MD5sum]]). This ISO file may then be written to a blank optical disc using a particular software program. It is by booting up with this disc in the optical disc drive that one can run and use Puppy Linux.


Revision [17683]

Edited on 2011-08-25 05:19:37 by darkcity
Deletions:
{{nocomments}}


Revision [17681]

Edited on 2011-08-25 04:51:40 by coolpup
Additions:
- acquire the ISO file of a [[http://puppylinux.com/download/index.html recent Puppy version]], and read //Appendix 2// below
Deletions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired PuppyVersion, e.g. Puppy 5 {[[http://puppylinux.com/download/index.html Wary edition, Lucid edition]], [[QuicksetWary Quickset edition]]} or [[Fluppy]], and read //Appendix 2// below


Revision [17680]

Edited on 2011-08-25 04:48:55 by coolpup
Additions:
===How to install Puppy Linux to an optical disc by creating a live DVD===
Deletions:
====About Live DVDs and CDs====
Puppy can run directly from a DVD or CD.
===How to create a ""LiveDVD"" (i.e. install Puppy Linux to an optical disc)===
If the optical disc is new then, obviously, there is nothing to blank.


Revision [17679]

Edited on 2011-08-25 04:46:48 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
====About Live DVDs and CDs====
===How to create a ""LiveDVD"" (i.e. install Puppy Linux to an optical disc)===
==={{color text="How to blank a re-writable optical disc" c="green"}}===
If the optical disc is new then, obviously, there is nothing to blank.
- go to: //Menu > Multimedia > Pburn//
- use the free program [[http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ ImgBurn]]
==={{color text="How to write (burn) the ISO file to a blank optical disc" c="green"}}===
Deletions:
====Installation to 'Live' DVD or CD====
==How to create a Live DVD or CD (install Puppy Linux to an optical disc)==
Rewritable disks will needs blanking, see this [[howtoblankcd how to]].
==How to write (burn) the ISO file to a blank optical disc==


Revision [17633]

Edited on 2011-08-23 06:19:26 by darkcity [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
====Installation to 'Live' DVD or CD====
==How to create a Live DVD or CD (install Puppy Linux to an optical disc)==
Rewritable disks will needs blanking, see this [[howtoblankcd how to]].
==How to write (burn) the ISO file to a blank optical disc==
Deletions:
====About Live DVDs and CDs====
===How to create a ""LiveDVD"" (i.e. install Puppy Linux to an optical disc)===
==={{color text="How to blank a re-writable optical disc" c="green"}}===
If the optical disc is new then, obviously, there is nothing to blank.
- go to: //Menu > Multimedia > Pburn//
- use the free program [[http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ ImgBurn]]
==={{color text="How to write (burn) the ISO file to a blank optical disc" c="green"}}===


Revision [17506]

Edited on 2011-08-17 12:36:56 by darkcity [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
[[HomePage]] > [[ComponentHowTo Components and HowTos]] > [[InstallationIndex Install]]
Deletions:
[[HomePage]] > [[HowToIndex HowTo]] > [[InstallationIndex Install]]


Revision [16984]

Edited on 2011-07-20 14:04:45 by darkcity [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
[[HomePage]] > [[HowToIndex HowTo]] > [[InstallationIndex Install]]


Revision [16922]

Edited on 2011-07-19 06:57:40 by darkcity [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
====About Live DVDs and CDs====
Puppy can run directly from a DVD or CD.


Revision [16241]

Edited on 2011-07-01 09:05:49 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
----
==Categories==
CategoryInstallation


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Edited on 2011-07-01 09:04:22 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
1) ensure the optical disc is located in its drive
2) shutdown the computer and ensure that the computer is switched off
3) switch on the computer
When shutting down for the first time one will be given the option to create a personal storage ''save file'' with the option of selecting its preferred location.
When the computer re-starts it should load (start) Puppy Linux. If Puppy does not load:
1) ensure to follow the instructions at //Appendices 1//, //2// and //3//
Deletions:
- ensure the optical disc is located in its drive
- ensure the computer is switched off
- switch on the computer
When shutting down or re-booting for the first time one will be given the option to create a personal storage save file with the option of selecting its preferred location.
When the computer re-starts it should load Puppy Linux. If Puppy does not load:
1) did you follow the instructions in //Appendices 1//, //2// and //3//


Revision [14522]

Edited on 2011-05-03 17:08:37 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
==={{color text="Running Puppy Linux from the LiveDVD" c="green"}}===
- ensure the optical disc is located in its drive
- ensure the computer is switched off
- switch on the computer
When shutting down or re-booting for the first time one will be given the option to create a personal storage save file with the option of selecting its preferred location.
Deletions:
When the optical disc has finished being written to, re-boot the computer with the optical disc remaining in the optical disc drive. When shutting down or re-booting for the first time one will be given the option to create a personal storage save file with the option of selecting its preferred location.


Revision [14521]

Edited on 2011-05-03 16:59:58 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
When the optical disc has finished being written to, re-boot the computer with the optical disc remaining in the optical disc drive. When shutting down or re-booting for the first time one will be given the option to create a personal storage save file with the option of selecting its preferred location.
When the computer re-starts it should load Puppy Linux. If Puppy does not load:
Deletions:
When the optical disc has finished being written to, re-boot the computer with the optical disc remaining in the optical disc drive. When the computer starts up it should load Puppy Linux.
If Puppy does not load:
When shutting down or re-booting for the first time one will be given the option to create a save file.


Revision [14520]

Edited on 2011-05-03 16:50:21 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
===How to create a ""LiveDVD"" (i.e. install Puppy Linux to an optical disc)===
Deletions:
===How to create a LiveDVD (i.e. install Puppy Linux to an optical disc)===


Revision [14519]

Edited on 2011-05-03 16:49:44 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
===How to create a LiveDVD (i.e. install Puppy Linux to an optical disc)===
==={{color text="How to blank a re-writable optical disc" c="green"}}===
==={{color text="How to write (burn) the ISO file to a blank optical disc" c="green"}}===
Deletions:
===How to Install Puppy Linux to an Optical Disc===
==={{color text="How to blank a re-writable optical disc" c="black"}}===
==={{color text="How to write (burn) the ISO file to a blank optical disc" c="black"}}===


Revision [14488]

Edited on 2011-05-02 07:34:50 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
When using the software writer (""Burniso2cd"", ""BurnCDCC"" or ""ImgBurn"") always select:
Deletions:
When using the software writer, either ""Burniso2cd"", ""BurnCDCC"" or ""ImgBurn"", always select:


Revision [14487]

Edited on 2011-05-02 07:32:24 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired PuppyVersion, e.g. Puppy 5 {[[http://puppylinux.com/download/index.html Wary edition, Lucid edition]], [[QuicksetWary Quickset edition]]} or [[Fluppy]], and read //Appendix 2// below
Deletions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired PuppyVersion, e.g. Puppy 5 {[[http://puppylinux.com/download/index.html [[Wary]] edition, Lucid edition, [[QuicksetWary Quickset edition]]} or [[Fluppy]], and read //Appendix 2// below


Revision [14486]

Edited on 2011-05-02 07:31:15 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired PuppyVersion, e.g. Puppy 5 {[[http://puppylinux.com/download/index.html [[Wary]] edition, Lucid edition, [[QuicksetWary Quickset edition]]} or [[Fluppy]], and read //Appendix 2// below
Deletions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired PuppyVersion, e.g. Puppy 5 {[[http://puppylinux.com/download/index.html Wary edition or Lucid edition]]} or [[Fluppy]], and read //Appendix 2// below


Revision [14345]

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No Differences

Revision [14327]

Edited on 2011-04-24 07:48:03 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
- write speed of **{{color text="4x"c="green"}}** **{{color text="to ensure that data is written properly" c="red"}}**
Deletions:
- Write speed of **{{color text="4x"c="green"}}** **{{color text="to ensure that data is written properly" c="red"}}**


Revision [14326]

Edited on 2011-04-24 07:44:23 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired PuppyVersion, e.g. Puppy 5 {[[http://puppylinux.com/download/index.html Wary edition or Lucid edition]]} or [[Fluppy]], and read //Appendix 2// below
Deletions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired PuppyVersion, e.g. Puppy 5 {[[http://puppylinux.com/download/index.html Wary edition or Lucid edition]]} or [[Fluppy]] and read //Appendix 2// below


Revision [14325]

Edited on 2011-04-24 07:43:58 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired PuppyVersion, e.g. Puppy 5 {[[http://puppylinux.com/download/index.html Wary edition or Lucid edition]]} or [[Fluppy]] and read //Appendix 2// below
Deletions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired PuppyVersion, e.g. Puppy 5 {[[http://puppylinux.com/download/index.html Wary edition or Lucid edition} or [[Fluppy]]


Revision [14324]

Edited on 2011-04-24 07:42:33 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
- acquire a blank optical disc and read //Appendix 1// below
===Appendix 1 - {{color text="Using high-quality blank media" c="black"}}===
===Appendix 2 - {{color text="Verifying the integrity of the ISO file" c="black"}}===
Deletions:
- acquire a blank optical disc and read //Appendix 2// below
===Appendix 1 - {{color text="Verifying the integrity of the ISO file" c="black"}}===
===Appendix 2 - {{color text="Using high-quality blank media" c="black"}}===


Revision [14323]

Edited on 2011-04-24 07:40:49 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
When the optical disc has finished being written to, re-boot the computer with the optical disc remaining in the optical disc drive. When the computer starts up it should load Puppy Linux.
If Puppy does not load:
1) did you follow the instructions in //Appendices 1//, //2// and //3//
2) [[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/ Free Technical Support]]
Deletions:
When the optical disc has finished being written to, re-boot the computer with the optical disc remaining in the optical disc drive. When the computer starts up it should load Puppy Linux; if it does not then one will need to follow the instructions in //Appendices 1// to //3// below. ([[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/ Free Technical Support]])


Revision [14322]

Edited on 2011-04-24 07:32:28 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
(If //wget// is not used then one should verify its integrity by checking its [[MD5sum MD5sum]]). This ISO file may then be written to a blank optical disc using a particular software program. It is by booting up with this disc in the optical disc drive that one can run and use Puppy Linux.
Deletions:
If //wget// is not used then one should verify its integrity by checking the [[MD5sum MD5sum]]. This ISO file may then be written to a blank optical disc using a particular software program. It is by booting up with this disc in the optical disc drive that one can run and use Puppy Linux.


Revision [14321]

Edited on 2011-04-24 07:31:12 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
The downloaded container file must have the extension //.iso//. It is an exact copy, or image, of an existing file system. To ensure that the file is downloaded completely without corruption use the //wget// command, e.g.: %%wget -c /puppy-version-location/puppy-version.iso%%
If //wget// is not used then one should verify its integrity by checking the [[MD5sum MD5sum]]. This ISO file may then be written to a blank optical disc using a particular software program. It is by booting up with this disc in the optical disc drive that one can run and use Puppy Linux.
Deletions:
The downloaded container file must have the extension //.iso//. It is an exact copy, or image, of an existing file system. This image can then be written to an optical disc using a particular software program. It is by booting up with this disc in the optical drive that one can run and use Puppy Linux. After downloading the ISO file verify its integrity by checking the [[MD5sum MD5sum]]. The file may have been corrupted during the download process so //always// verify its integrity. After verification one may then proceed to write (burn) the ISO file onto blank optical media.


Revision [14320]

Edited on 2011-04-24 07:20:04 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
- acquire a blank optical disc and read //Appendix 2// below
Deletions:
- acquire a blank optical disc (also read //Appendix 2// below)


Revision [14319]

Edited on 2011-04-24 07:19:42 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired PuppyVersion, e.g. Puppy 5 {[[http://puppylinux.com/download/index.html Wary edition or Lucid edition} or [[Fluppy]]
Deletions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired PuppyVersion, e.g. Puppy 5 {[[Wary Wary edition]] or [[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=479987#479987 Lucid edition]]} or [[Fluppy]]


Revision [14318]

Edited on 2011-04-24 07:15:02 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
For a computer to boot from a live disc the optical drive must be read/accessed //before// the H.D.D. is; therefore when the optical disc is in the optical disc drive at boot up it will load Puppy Linux from that drive only and no where else. If the computer does not start/boot from the live D.V.D. it will be necessary to either access a boot menu or the B.I.O.S. so that the computer is instructed to boot from the optical disc drive and not any other drive; re-starting will be necessary in conjunction with using the correct key(s) (see Appendix from [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/InstallationFullHDD here]]).
Deletions:
For a computer to boot from a live disc the optical drive must be read/accessed //before// the H.D.D. is; therefore when the optical disc is in the optical disc drive at boot up it will load Puppy Linux from that drive only and no where else. If the computer does not start/boot from the live D.V.D. it will be necessary to either access a boot menu or the B.I.O.S. so that the computer is instructed to boot with the optical drive and not any other type of drive; restarting will be necessary in conjunction with using the correct key(s) (see Appendix from [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/InstallationFullHDD here]]).


Revision [14288]

Edited on 2011-04-23 04:39:24 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
===Appendix 6 - {{color text="Creating a LiveDVD containing Multiple Puppies" c="black"}}===
===References===
Deletions:
===Appendix 6 - {{color text="Creating a graphical boot menu" c="black"}}===


Revision [14287]

Edited on 2011-04-23 04:37:23 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
MultiSessionLiveDVD
Deletions:
http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=59173


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Edited on 2011-04-23 04:36:09 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
===Appendix 7 - {{color text="Creating a Multisession LiveDVD" c="black"}}===


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Edited on 2011-04-23 04:34:32 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
===Appendix 5 - {{color text="Creating a graphical boot menu" c="black"}}===
===Appendix 6 - {{color text="Creating a graphical boot menu" c="black"}}===
Deletions:
==={{color text="Creating a graphical boot menu" c="black"}}===


Revision [14284]

Edited on 2011-04-23 04:31:37 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired PuppyVersion, e.g. Puppy 5 {[[Wary Wary edition]] or [[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=479987#479987 Lucid edition]]} or [[Fluppy]]
Deletions:
- acquire the ISO or ZIP file of the desired PuppyVersion, e.g. Puppy 5 {[[Wary Wary edition]] or [[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=479987#479987 Lucid edition]]} or [[Fluppy]]


Revision [14283]

Edited on 2011-04-23 04:29:02 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
- acquire the ISO or ZIP file of the desired PuppyVersion, e.g. Puppy 5 {[[Wary Wary edition]] or [[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=479987#479987 Lucid edition]]} or [[Fluppy]]
Deletions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired Puppy Linux [[Versions version]], e.g. Puppy 5 {[[Wary Wary edition]] or [[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=479987#479987 Lucid edition]]} or [[Fluppy]]
===References===


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Additions:
http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=498932#498932


Revision [13032]

Edited on 2011-02-23 07:23:20 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=63572


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Additions:
===Appendix 4 - {{color text="Boot parameters" c="black"}}===
"Posted on 22 Dec 2010, 8:30 by BarryK
Correction
Booting with pmedia=cd, Puppy only searches optical drives for vmlinuz and the main sfs (and zdrv).
...correction, the above is true if boot with 'pfix=ram'.
Otherwise, searches optical for vmlinuz, but hd and optical for main .sfs (and zdrv)."
http://bkhome.org/blog/?viewDetailed=02034


Revision [12124]

Edited on 2011-01-17 15:28:55 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
===How to Install Puppy Linux to an Optical Disc===
Deletions:
===How to create a live D.V.D.===


Revision [11909]

Edited on 2011-01-07 14:42:10 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
Being able to boot from a live D.V.D. also means that it itself may be used to boot the computer when it is not possible to do so with a flash memory drive or hard disk drive: the computer boots from the bootloader on the optical disc but loads the frugal save file (or operating system) from either the flash memory drive or hard disk drive.
Deletions:
Being able to boot from a live D.V.D. also means that it itself may be used to boot the computer when it is not possible to do so with a flash memory drive or hard disk drive: the computer boots from the bootloader on the optical disc but loads the operating system from either the flash memory drive or hard disk drive.


Revision [11908]

Edited on 2011-01-07 14:36:49 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
===Appendix 1 - {{color text="Verifying the integrity of the ISO file" c="black"}}===
===Appendix 2 - {{color text="Using high-quality blank media" c="black"}}===
===Appendix 3 - {{color text="Setting the correct boot sequence" c="black"}}===
Deletions:
===Appendix 1 {{color text="Verifying the integrity of the ISO file" c="black"}}===
===Appendix 2 {{color text="Using high-quality blank media" c="black"}}===
===Appendix 3 {{color text="Setting the correct boot sequence" c="black"}}===


Revision [11907]

Edited on 2011-01-07 14:35:32 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
===How to create a live D.V.D.===
Deletions:
===How to create a live DVD===


Revision [11906]

Edited on 2011-01-07 14:34:59 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
- acquire access to an optical disc drive with writing capability (with the logos //RW// and/or //""ReWritable""// on the drive tray)
- acquire the ISO file of the desired Puppy Linux [[Versions version]], e.g. Puppy 5 {[[Wary Wary edition]] or [[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=479987#479987 Lucid edition]]} or [[Fluppy]]
Deletions:
- access an optical disc drive with writing capability (with the logos //RW// and/or //""ReWritable""// on the drive tray)
- acquire the ISO file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[Fluppy]] or LupQ


Revision [11905]

Edited on 2011-01-07 14:33:05 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
To create a live disc it is recommended to use DVD+R discs. D.V.D. has a superior specification than CD. DVD+R is superior than DVD-R. Re-writable media may be used (DVD-RW or CD-RW). {{color text="It is essential to use high-quality media from manufacturers such as Taiyo Yuden and Verbatim" c="black"}}.
For a computer to boot from a live disc the optical drive must be read/accessed //before// the H.D.D. is; therefore when the optical disc is in the optical disc drive at boot up it will load Puppy Linux from that drive only and no where else. If the computer does not start/boot from the live D.V.D. it will be necessary to either access a boot menu or the B.I.O.S. so that the computer is instructed to boot with the optical drive and not any other type of drive; restarting will be necessary in conjunction with using the correct key(s) (see Appendix from [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/InstallationFullHDD here]]).
Being able to boot from a live D.V.D. also means that it itself may be used to boot the computer when it is not possible to do so with a flash memory drive or hard disk drive: the computer boots from the bootloader on the optical disc but loads the operating system from either the flash memory drive or hard disk drive.
Deletions:
To create a live disc it is recommended to use DVD+R discs. DVD has a superior specification than CD. DVD+R is superior than DVD-R. Re-writable media may be used (DVD-RW or CD-RW). {{color text="It is essential to use high-quality media from manufacturers such as Taiyo Yuden and Verbatim" c="black"}}.
For a computer to boot from a live disc the optical drive must be read/accessed //before// the H.D.D. is; therefore when the optical disc is in the optical disc drive at boot up it will load Puppy Linux from that drive only and no where else. If the computer does not start/boot from the ""LiveDVD"" it will be necessary to either access a boot menu or the B.I.O.S. so that the computer is instructed to boot with the optical drive and not any other type of drive; restarting will be necessary in conjunction with using the correct key(s) (see Appendix from [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/InstallationFullHDD here]]).


Revision [11880]

Edited on 2011-01-06 01:47:13 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Deletions:
- Download file ready for use: [[http://www.datafilehost.com/download-80f61a88.html BURNCDCC.EXE]]
- After the single file has downloaded left-click on it to run


Revision [10676]

Edited on 2010-11-12 02:35:33 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
{{nocomments}}


Revision [10358]

Edited on 2010-10-31 05:17:22 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
===References===
http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=59173
Deletions:
----
==Categories==
CategoryDocumentation


Revision [10037]

Edited on 2010-10-23 08:36:43 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
===How to create a live DVD===
==={{color text="How to blank a re-writable optical disc" c="black"}}===
==={{color text="How to write (burn) the ISO file to a blank optical disc" c="black"}}===
==={{color text="Creating a graphical boot menu" c="black"}}===
Deletions:
To create a live DVD:
**{{color text="How to blank a re-writable optical disc" c="black"}}**
**{{color text="How to write (burn) the ISO file to a blank optical disc" c="black"}}**
**{{color text="Creating a graphical boot menu" c="black"}}**


Revision [10036]

Edited on 2010-10-23 08:35:01 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
- Write speed of **{{color text="4x"c="green"}}** **{{color text="to ensure that data is written properly" c="red"}}**
**{{color text="Creating a graphical boot menu" c="black"}}**
http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=61132
Deletions:
- Write speed of **{{color text="4x"c="green"}}** **{{color text="to ensure that data is written properly" c="red"}}**


Revision [9827]

Edited on 2010-10-12 15:52:02 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[Fluppy]] or LupQ
Deletions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[http://distro.ibiblio.org/pub/linux/distributions/quirky/ Quirky]], [[Wary]], [[Fluppy]], [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy 5]], or LupQ


Revision [9721]

Edited on 2010-10-03 05:34:28 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
- acquire a blank optical disc (also read //Appendix 2// below)
Deletions:
- acquire a blank optical disc (DVD is preferable since it has a superior specification than CD)


Revision [9720]

Edited on 2010-10-03 05:22:57 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
- Download file ready for use: [[http://www.datafilehost.com/download-80f61a88.html BURNCDCC.EXE]]
Deletions:
- Download ""BurnCDCC"": [[http://www.datafilehost.com/download-80f61a88.html BURNCDCC.EXE]]


Revision [9719]

Edited on 2010-10-03 05:22:13 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
- Download ""BurnCDCC"": [[http://www.datafilehost.com/download-80f61a88.html BURNCDCC.EXE]]
Deletions:
- Direct download recommended for beginners: [[http://www.datafilehost.com/download-80f61a88.html BURNCDCC.EXE]]


Revision [9500]

Edited on 2010-09-26 13:56:38 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[http://distro.ibiblio.org/pub/linux/distributions/quirky/ Quirky]], [[Wary]], [[Fluppy]], [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy 5]], or LupQ
Deletions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[Wary]], [[Fluppy]], [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy 5]], or [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=58654 LupQ]]


Revision [9499]

Edited on 2010-09-26 13:53:02 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
- Write speed of **{{color text="4x"c="green"}}** **{{color text="to ensure that data is written properly" c="red"}}**
Deletions:
- Write speed of **4x** **{{color text="to ensure that data is written properly" c="red"}}**


Revision [9498]

Edited on 2010-09-26 13:51:01 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
When the optical disc has finished being written to, re-boot the computer with the optical disc remaining in the optical disc drive. When the computer starts up it should load Puppy Linux; if it does not then one will need to follow the instructions in //Appendices 1// to //3// below. ([[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/ Free Technical Support]])
When shutting down or re-booting for the first time one will be given the option to create a save file.
When running Puppy from optical disc any additional software or data may be written to one's personal save file located on any partition. If such data is desired to be stored on the same optical disc from which one is running Puppy then one would need to create a special MultiSessionLiveDVD.
The downloaded container file must have the extension //.iso//. It is an exact copy, or image, of an existing file system. This image can then be written to an optical disc using a particular software program. It is by booting up with this disc in the optical drive that one can run and use Puppy Linux. After downloading the ISO file verify its integrity by checking the [[MD5sum MD5sum]]. The file may have been corrupted during the download process so //always// verify its integrity. After verification one may then proceed to write (burn) the ISO file onto blank optical media.
Deletions:
When the optical disc has finished being written to, re-boot the computer with the optical disc remaining in the optical disc drive. When the computer starts up it should load Puppy Linux; if it does not then you will need to follow the instructions in Appendices 1 to 3 below. ([[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/ Free Technical Support]])
When shutting down or re-booting for the first time you will be given the option to create a save file.
When running Puppy from optical disc any additional software or data may be written to your personal save file located on any partition. If such data is desired to be stored on the same optical disc that is in use then one would need to create a special MultiSessionLiveDVD.
The downloaded container file must have the extension //.iso//. It is an exact copy, or image, of an existing file system. This image can then be written to an optical disc using a particular software program. It is by booting up with this disc in the optical drive that one can run and use Puppy Linux. After downloading the ISO file verify its integrity by checking the [[MD5sum MD5sum]]. The file may have been corrupted during the download process so //always// verify its integrity. After verification you may then proceed to write (burn) the ISO file onto blank optical media.


Revision [9497]

Edited on 2010-09-26 13:47:08 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
When shutting down or re-booting for the first time you will be given the option to create a save file.
When running Puppy from optical disc any additional software or data may be written to your personal save file located on any partition. If such data is desired to be stored on the same optical disc that is in use then one would need to create a special MultiSessionLiveDVD.
Deletions:
When running Puppy from optical disc any additional software or data may be saved to any other partition or onto the same optical disc for which one would need to create a MultiSessionLiveDVD.


Revision [9302]

Edited on 2010-09-13 16:35:53 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
When using the software writer, either ""Burniso2cd"", ""BurnCDCC"" or ""ImgBurn"", always select:
Deletions:
When using the software writer always select:
- D.A.O. (Disk At Once) mode if available


Revision [9301]

Edited on 2010-09-13 16:15:29 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by darkcity [17633] to previous version [17506]]
Additions:
- Direct download recommended for beginners: [[http://www.datafilehost.com/download-80f61a88.html BURNCDCC.EXE]]
Deletions:
- Direct download recommended for beginners: [[http://www.datafilehost.com/get.php?file=8e5d91d0 BURNCDCC.EXE]]


Revision [9290]

Edited on 2010-09-12 02:10:41 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- Write speed of **4x** **{{color text="to ensure that data is written properly" c="red"}}**
Deletions:
- Write speed of ====**4x**==== **{{color text="to ensure that data is written properly" c="red"}}**


Revision [9289]

Edited on 2010-09-12 02:10:31 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- Write speed of ====**4x**==== **{{color text="to ensure that data is written properly" c="red"}}**
Deletions:
- Write speed of **4x** **{{color text="to ensure that data is written properly" c="red"}}**


Revision [9288]

Edited on 2010-09-12 02:07:59 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[Wary]], [[Fluppy]], [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy 5]], or [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=58654 LupQ]]
Deletions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[Wary]], [[Fluppy]], [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy 5]], or [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=58654 LupuQ]]


Revision [9287]

Edited on 2010-09-12 02:06:47 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[Wary]], [[Fluppy]], [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy 5]], or [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=58654 LupuQ]]
Deletions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy 5]] (or [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=58654 QuickSet edition]] with extra keyboard support)


Revision [9286]

Edited on 2010-09-12 02:04:17 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
When the optical disc has finished being written to, re-boot the computer with the optical disc remaining in the optical disc drive. When the computer starts up it should load Puppy Linux; if it does not then you will need to follow the instructions in Appendices 1 to 3 below. ([[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/ Free Technical Support]])
Deletions:
When the optical disc has finished being written to, re-boot the computer with the optical disc remaining in the optical disc drive. When the computer starts up it should load Puppy Linux; if it does not then you will need to follow the instructions in Appendices 1 to 3. ([[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/ Free Technical Support]])


Revision [9285]

Edited on 2010-09-12 02:02:38 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- Write speed of **4x** **{{color text="to ensure that data is written properly" c="red"}}**
Deletions:
- Write speed of **4x** **{{color text="to ensure that data is written //properly//" c="red"}}**


Revision [9284]

Edited on 2010-09-12 02:02:08 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- Write speed of **4x** **{{color text="to ensure that data is written //properly//" c="red"}}**
Deletions:
- Write speed of **4x**


Revision [9264]

Edited on 2010-09-11 04:27:49 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
If the optical disc is new then, obviously, there is nothing to blank.


Revision [9263]

Edited on 2010-09-11 04:25:00 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- After the single file has downloaded left-click on it to run
Deletions:
- After the single file has downloaded left-click on it once to run


Revision [9262]

Edited on 2010-09-11 04:23:51 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]

No Differences

Revision [9261]

Edited on 2010-09-11 04:23:13 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- After the single file has downloaded left-click on it once to run
(b) [[http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ ImgBurn]] (advanced) ([[http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=guides Guide]])
Deletions:
- After the one file has downloaded left-click on it once to run
(b) [[http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ ImgBurn]] (advanced)
- [[http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=guides Instructions]]


Revision [9260]

Edited on 2010-09-11 04:20:59 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- Direct download recommended for beginners: [[http://www.datafilehost.com/get.php?file=8e5d91d0 BURNCDCC.EXE]]
- After the one file has downloaded left-click on it once to run
- [[http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=guides Instructions]]
Deletions:
- Direct download recommended for beginners: [[http://www.datafilehost.com/get.php?file=57c4081c BURNCDCC.EXE]]
- [[http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=guides Guide]]


Revision [9259]

Edited on 2010-09-11 04:14:24 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
Use either (a) or (b), both free programs
(a) [[http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/downloads-free-software.htm BurnCDCC]] (simple)
- Direct download recommended for beginners: [[http://www.datafilehost.com/get.php?file=57c4081c BURNCDCC.EXE]]
(b) [[http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ ImgBurn]] (advanced)
- [[http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=guides Guide]]
Deletions:
- use the free program [[http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/downloads-free-software.htm BurnCDCC]] (simple)
- or, use the free program [[http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ ImgBurn]] (advanced) ([[http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=guides Guide]])


Revision [9256]

Edited on 2010-09-10 14:30:40 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- Write speed of **4x**
Deletions:
- Write speed of **4**


Revision [9238]

Edited on 2010-09-10 00:59:33 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
When running Puppy from optical disc any additional software or data may be saved to any other partition or onto the same optical disc for which one would need to create a MultiSessionLiveDVD.


Revision [9091]

Edited on 2010-08-29 01:49:11 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
To create a live disc it is recommended to use DVD+R discs. DVD has a superior specification than CD. DVD+R is superior than DVD-R. Re-writable media may be used (DVD-RW or CD-RW). {{color text="It is essential to use high-quality media from manufacturers such as Taiyo Yuden and Verbatim" c="black"}}.
Deletions:
To create a live disc it is recommended to use DVD+R discs. Using DVD+RW re-writable media has the advantage over write-once media in that it can be erased and re-used hundreds of times. {{color text="It is essential to use high-quality media from manufacturers such as Taiyo Yuden and Verbatim" c="black"}}.


Revision [9028]

Edited on 2010-08-25 06:18:49 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- acquire a blank optical disc (DVD is preferable since it has a superior specification than CD)
Deletions:
- acquire a blank optical disc (DVD is preferable since it has a better specification than CD)


Revision [9014]

Edited on 2010-08-25 03:24:15 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- acquire a blank optical disc (DVD is preferable since it has a better specification than CD)
Deletions:
- acquire a blank optical disc


Revision [9011]

Edited on 2010-08-25 03:19:12 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
When the optical disc has finished being written to, re-boot the computer with the optical disc remaining in the optical disc drive. When the computer starts up it should load Puppy Linux; if it does not then you will need to follow the instructions in Appendices 1 to 3. ([[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/ Free Technical Support]])
Deletions:
When the optical disc has finished being written to, re-boot the computer with the optical disc remaining in the optical disc drive. When the computer starts up it should load Puppy Linux; if it does not then you will need to follow the instructions in Appendices 1 to 3.


Revision [8998]

Edited on 2010-08-24 11:50:46 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
When using the software writer always select:
When the optical disc has finished being written to, re-boot the computer with the optical disc remaining in the optical disc drive. When the computer starts up it should load Puppy Linux; if it does not then you will need to follow the instructions in Appendices 1 to 3.
===Appendix 3 {{color text="Setting the correct boot sequence" c="black"}}===
Deletions:
When the optical disc has finished being written to, re-boot the computer with the optical disc remaining in the optical disc drive. When the computer starts up it should load Puppy Linux; if it does not then you will need to follow the instructions in Appendices 1 to 4.
===Appendix 3 {{color text="Software writer settings" c="black"}}===
Always select:
Some alternative software writers if needed: [[Pburn]] for Puppy and [[http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ ImgBurn]] for Microsoft Windows.
===Appendix 4 {{color text="Setting the correct boot sequence" c="black"}}===


Revision [8997]

Edited on 2010-08-24 11:46:32 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
To create a live DVD:
Deletions:
o create a live DVD:


Revision [8996]

Edited on 2010-08-24 11:45:42 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
o create a live DVD:
- use the free program [[http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/downloads-free-software.htm BurnCDCC]] (simple)
- or, use the free program [[http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ ImgBurn]] (advanced) ([[http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=guides Guide]])
Deletions:
To create a live DVD:
- use either of the free programs [[http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/downloads-free-software.htm BurnCDCC]] (simple) & [[http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ ImgBurn]] (advanced)


Revision [8995]

Edited on 2010-08-24 11:42:16 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- use either of the free programs [[http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/downloads-free-software.htm BurnCDCC]] (simple) & [[http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ ImgBurn]] (advanced)
Deletions:
- use the free program [[http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/downloads-free-software.htm BurnCDCC]] (single file)


Revision [8994]

Edited on 2010-08-24 11:35:02 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- use the free program [[http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ ImgBurn]]
Deletions:
- use the free program **[[http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ ImgBurn]]


Revision [8993]

Edited on 2010-08-24 11:34:05 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
**{{color text="How to blank a re-writable optical disc" c="black"}}**
__Within Puppy Linux__
- go to: //Menu > Multimedia > Pburn//
__ Within Microsoft Windows__
- use the free program **[[http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ ImgBurn]]
**{{color text="How to write (burn) the ISO file to a blank optical disc" c="black"}}**
__Within Puppy Linux__
- go to: //Menu > Multimedia > ""Burniso2cd""//
__ Within Microsoft Windows__
- use the free program [[http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/downloads-free-software.htm BurnCDCC]] (single file)
Deletions:
__{{color text="How to write (burn) the ISO file to optical disc when within Microsoft Windows" c="black"}}__
Use the free program **[[http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/downloads-free-software.htm BurnCDCC]]** (single file)
__{{color text="How to write (burn) the ISO file to optical disc when within Puppy Linux" c="black"}}__
**//Menu > Multimedia > ""Burniso2cd""//**


Revision [8911]

Edited on 2010-08-22 05:04:58 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- access an optical disc drive with writing capability (with the logos //RW// and/or //""ReWritable""// on the drive tray)
Deletions:
- acquire an optical disc drive with writing capability (with the logos //RW// and/or //""ReWritable""// on the drive tray)


Revision [8910]

Edited on 2010-08-22 05:04:19 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- write (burn) the ISO file to the blank optical disc
Deletions:
- write (burn) the ISO file to a blank optical disc


Revision [8909]

Edited on 2010-08-22 05:02:51 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy 5]] (or [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=58654 QuickSet edition]] with extra keyboard support)
Deletions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy 5]] (or Puppy 5 [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=58654 QuickSet edition]] with multi-lingual keyboard support)


Revision [8908]

Edited on 2010-08-22 05:01:48 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- write (burn) the ISO file to a blank optical disc
__{{color text="How to write (burn) the ISO file to optical disc when within Microsoft Windows" c="black"}}__
Use the free program **[[http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/downloads-free-software.htm BurnCDCC]]** (single file)
__{{color text="How to write (burn) the ISO file to optical disc when within Puppy Linux" c="black"}}__
**//Menu > Multimedia > ""Burniso2cd""//**
Deletions:
- write (burn) the ISO file to optical disc
__{{color text="Writing (burn) the ISO file to optical disc within Puppy Linux" c="black"}}__
Use ""Burniso2cd"": //Menu > Multimedia > ""Burniso2cd""//
__{{color text="Writing (burn) the ISO file to optical disc within Windows" c="black"}}__
Use the free program [[http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/downloads-free-software.htm BurnCDCC]] (single file)


Revision [8903]

Edited on 2010-08-22 03:46:15 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy 5]] (or Puppy 5 [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=58654 QuickSet edition]] with multi-lingual keyboard support)
Deletions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy 5]] (or Puppy 5 [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=58654 with multi-lingual keyboard support]])


Revision [8902]

Edited on 2010-08-22 03:44:37 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy 5]] (or Puppy 5 [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=58654 with multi-lingual keyboard support]])
Deletions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=422444#422444 Fluppy]], [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy 5]] or [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=58654 Puppy 5]] with multi-lingual keyboard support


Revision [8883]

Edited on 2010-08-20 14:14:08 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
===Appendix 1 {{color text="Verifying the integrity of the ISO file" c="black"}}===
===Appendix 2 {{color text="Using high-quality blank media" c="black"}}===
===Appendix 3 {{color text="Software writer settings" c="black"}}===
===Appendix 4 {{color text="Setting the correct boot sequence" c="black"}}===
For a computer to boot from a live disc the optical drive must be read/accessed //before// the H.D.D. is; therefore when the optical disc is in the optical disc drive at boot up it will load Puppy Linux from that drive only and no where else. If the computer does not start/boot from the ""LiveDVD"" it will be necessary to either access a boot menu or the B.I.O.S. so that the computer is instructed to boot with the optical drive and not any other type of drive; restarting will be necessary in conjunction with using the correct key(s) (see Appendix from [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/InstallationFullHDD here]]).
Deletions:
===Appendix 1 {{color text="Setting the correct boot sequence" c="black"}}===
For a computer to boot from a live disc the optical drive must be read/accessed //before// the H.D.D. is; therefore when the optical disc is in the optical disc drive at boot up it will load Puppy Linux from that drive only and no where else. If the computer does not start/boot from the ""LiveDVD"" it will be necessary to either access a boot menu or the B.I.O.S. so that the computer is instructed to boot with the optical drive and not any other type of drive; restarting will be necessary in conjunction with using the correct key(s) (see Appendix from [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/InstallationFullHDD here]]);
===Appendix 2 {{color text="Verifying the integrity of the ISO file" c="black"}}===
===Appendix 3 {{color text="Using high-quality blank media" c="black"}}===
===Appendix 4 {{color text="Software writer settings" c="black"}}===


Revision [8882]

Edited on 2010-08-20 14:12:03 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
For a computer to boot from a live disc the optical drive must be read/accessed //before// the H.D.D. is; therefore when the optical disc is in the optical disc drive at boot up it will load Puppy Linux from that drive only and no where else. If the computer does not start/boot from the ""LiveDVD"" it will be necessary to either access a boot menu or the B.I.O.S. so that the computer is instructed to boot with the optical drive and not any other type of drive; restarting will be necessary in conjunction with using the correct key(s) (see Appendix from [[http://puppylinux.org/wikka/InstallationFullHDD here]]);
Deletions:
For a computer to boot from a live disc the optical drive must be read/accessed //before// the H.D.D. is; therefore when the optical disc is in the optical disc drive at boot up it will load Puppy Linux from that drive only and no where else.


Revision [8881]

Edited on 2010-08-20 13:59:23 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- acquire an optical disc drive with writing capability (with the logos //RW// and/or //""ReWritable""// on the drive tray)
Deletions:
- acquire an optical disc drive with writing capability (it will have the logos //RW// and/or //""ReWritable""// on the drive tray)


Revision [8880]

Edited on 2010-08-20 13:43:43 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
Use the free program [[http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/downloads-free-software.htm BurnCDCC]] (single file)
Deletions:
Use the free program [[http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/downloads-free-software.htm BurnCDCC]]


Revision [8879]

Edited on 2010-08-20 13:41:59 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
To create a live disc it is recommended to use DVD+R discs. Using DVD+RW re-writable media has the advantage over write-once media in that it can be erased and re-used hundreds of times. {{color text="It is essential to use high-quality media from manufacturers such as Taiyo Yuden and Verbatim" c="black"}}.
Deletions:
To create a live disc it is recommended to use DVD+R discs. Using DVD+RW re-writable media has the advantage over write-once media in that it can be erased and re-used hundreds of times. {{color text="It is essential to use high-quality media from manufacturers such as Taiyo Yuden and Verbatim." c="#009900"}}.


Revision [8878]

Edited on 2010-08-20 13:41:16 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
To create a live disc it is recommended to use DVD+R discs. Using DVD+RW re-writable media has the advantage over write-once media in that it can be erased and re-used hundreds of times. {{color text="It is essential to use high-quality media from manufacturers such as Taiyo Yuden and Verbatim." c="#009900"}}.
Some alternative software writers if needed: [[Pburn]] for Puppy and [[http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ ImgBurn]] for Microsoft Windows.
Deletions:
To create a live disc it is recommended to use DVD+R discs. Using DVD+RW re-writable media has the advantage over write-once media in that it can be erased and re-used hundreds of times. {{color text="It is essential to use high-quality media from manufacturers such as Taiyo Yuden and Verbatim." c="#009900"}}. Some alternative software writers: [[Pburn]] and [[http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ ImgBurn]]


Revision [8877]

Edited on 2010-08-20 13:39:16 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
Use ""Burniso2cd"": //Menu > Multimedia > ""Burniso2cd""//
When the optical disc has finished being written to, re-boot the computer with the optical disc remaining in the optical disc drive. When the computer starts up it should load Puppy Linux; if it does not then you will need to follow the instructions in Appendices 1 to 4.
The downloaded container file must have the extension //.iso//. It is an exact copy, or image, of an existing file system. This image can then be written to an optical disc using a particular software program. It is by booting up with this disc in the optical drive that one can run and use Puppy Linux. After downloading the ISO file verify its integrity by checking the [[MD5sum MD5sum]]. The file may have been corrupted during the download process so //always// verify its integrity. After verification you may then proceed to write (burn) the ISO file onto blank optical media.
To create a live disc it is recommended to use DVD+R discs. Using DVD+RW re-writable media has the advantage over write-once media in that it can be erased and re-used hundreds of times. {{color text="It is essential to use high-quality media from manufacturers such as Taiyo Yuden and Verbatim." c="#009900"}}. Some alternative software writers: [[Pburn]] and [[http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ ImgBurn]]
Deletions:
To use ""Burniso2cd"" go to: //Menu > Multimedia > ""Burniso2cd""//
When the optical disc has finished being written to, re-boot the computer with the optical disc remaining in the optical disc drive. When the computer starts up it should load Puppy; if it does not then you will need to follow the instructions in Appendices 1 to 4.
The container file must have the extension //.iso//. It is an exact copy, or image, of an existing file system. This image can then be written to an optical disc using a particular software program (see below). It is by booting up with this disc in the optical drive that one can run and use Puppy Linux. After downloading the ISO file verify its integrity by checking the [[MD5sum MD5sum]]. The file may have been corrupted during the download process so //always// verify its integrity. After verification you may then proceed to write (burn) the ISO file onto blank optical media.
To create a live disc it is recommended to use DVD+RW discs. Re-writable media has the advantage over write once media in that it can be erased and re-used hundreds of. {{color text="It is essential to use high-quality blank media from manufacturers such as Taiyo Yuden and Verbatim." c="#009900"}}. Alternative software writers: [[Pburn]] and [[http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ ImgBurn]]


Revision [8872]

Edited on 2010-08-20 11:53:53 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=422444#422444 Fluppy]], [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy 5]] or [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=58654 Puppy 5]] with multi-lingual keyboard support
Deletions:
- acquire the ISO file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=422444#422444 Fluppy]], [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy 5]] or [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=58654 Puppy 5]] (multi-lingual keyboard support)


Revision [8871]

Edited on 2010-08-20 11:53:02 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
To create a live DVD:
Deletions:
To create a live DVD one has to acquire:


Revision [8870]

Edited on 2010-08-20 11:52:24 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]

No Differences

Revision [8869]

Edited on 2010-08-20 11:50:47 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
__{{color text="Writing (burn) the ISO file to optical disc within Puppy Linux" c="black"}}__
__{{color text="Writing (burn) the ISO file to optical disc within Windows" c="black"}}__
Use the free program [[http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/downloads-free-software.htm BurnCDCC]]
To create a live disc it is recommended to use DVD+RW discs. Re-writable media has the advantage over write once media in that it can be erased and re-used hundreds of. {{color text="It is essential to use high-quality blank media from manufacturers such as Taiyo Yuden and Verbatim." c="#009900"}}. Alternative software writers: [[Pburn]] and [[http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ ImgBurn]]
Deletions:
__{{color text="Within Puppy Linux" c="black"}}__
To use Pburn go to: //Menu > Multimedia > Pburn//
__{{color text="Within Windows" c="black"}}__
Use any of the following free programs:
- [[http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/downloads-free-software.htm BurnCDCC]]
- [[http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ ImgBurn]]
To create a live disc it is recommended to use DVD+RW discs. Re-writable media has the advantage over write once media in that it can be erased and re-used hundreds of. {{color text="It is essential to use high-quality blank media from manufacturers such as Taiyo Yuden and Verbatim." c="#009900"}}.


Revision [8868]

Edited on 2010-08-20 11:46:34 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- acquire an optical disc drive with writing capability (it will have the logos //RW// and/or //""ReWritable""// on the drive tray)
- acquire a blank optical disc
- acquire the ISO file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=422444#422444 Fluppy]], [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy 5]] or [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=58654 Puppy 5]] (multi-lingual keyboard support)
- write (burn) the ISO file to optical disc
The container file must have the extension //.iso//. It is an exact copy, or image, of an existing file system. This image can then be written to an optical disc using a particular software program (see below). It is by booting up with this disc in the optical drive that one can run and use Puppy Linux. After downloading the ISO file verify its integrity by checking the [[MD5sum MD5sum]]. The file may have been corrupted during the download process so //always// verify its integrity. After verification you may then proceed to write (burn) the ISO file onto blank optical media.
Deletions:
- an optical disc drive with writing capability (it will have the logos //RW// and/or //""ReWritable""// on the drive tray)
- a blank optical disc
- a container file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=422444#422444 Fluppy]], [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy 5]] or [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=58654 Puppy 5]] (multi-lingual keyboard support)
The container file must have the extension //.iso//. It is an exact copy, or image, of an existing file system. This image can then be written to an optical disc using a particular software program (see below). It is by booting up with this disc in the optical drive that one can run and use Puppy Linux.
==={{color text="Burning (writing) the ISO file to optical disc" c="black"}}===
After downloading the ISO file verify its integrity by checking the [[MD5sum MD5sum]]. The file may have been corrupted during the download process so //always// verify its integrity. After verification you may then proceed to write (burn) the ISO file onto blank optical media.


Revision [8867]

Edited on 2010-08-20 11:42:26 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
When the optical disc has finished being written to, re-boot the computer with the optical disc remaining in the optical disc drive. When the computer starts up it should load Puppy; if it does not then you will need to follow the instructions in Appendices 1 to 4.
===Appendix 4 {{color text="Software writer settings" c="black"}}===
Deletions:
When the optical disc has finished being written to, re-boot the computer with the optical disc remaining in the optical disc drive. When the computer starts up it should load Puppy; if it does not then you will need to follow the instructions in Appendices 1, 2 and 3.


Revision [8866]

Edited on 2010-08-20 11:40:29 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- a container file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=422444#422444 Fluppy]], [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy 5]] or [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=58654 Puppy 5]] (multi-lingual keyboard support)
Deletions:
- a container file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=422444#422444 Fluppy]], [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy 5]] or [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=58654 Puppy 5]] (multi-lingual)


Revision [8865]

Edited on 2010-08-20 11:39:51 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- a blank optical disc
===Appendix 3 {{color text="Using high-quality blank media" c="black"}}===
Deletions:
===Appendix 3 {{color text="Selecting high-quality blank media" c="black"}}===


Revision [8864]

Edited on 2010-08-20 11:36:53 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
When the optical disc has finished being written to, re-boot the computer with the optical disc remaining in the optical disc drive. When the computer starts up it should load Puppy; if it does not then you will need to follow the instructions in Appendices 1, 2 and 3.
Deletions:
When the optical disc has finished being written to, re-boot the computer with the optical disc remaining in the optical disc drive.


Revision [8863]

Edited on 2010-08-20 11:35:04 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
When the optical disc has finished being written to, re-boot the computer with the optical disc remaining in the optical disc drive.
===Appendix 1 {{color text="Setting the correct boot sequence" c="black"}}===
===Appendix 2 {{color text="Verifying the integrity of the ISO file" c="black"}}===
===Appendix 3 {{color text="Selecting high-quality blank media" c="black"}}===
Deletions:
==={{color text="Setting the correct boot sequence" c="black"}}===
===Appendix 1 {{color text="Verifying the integrity of the ISO file" c="black"}}===
===Appendix 2 {{color text="Selecting high-quality blank media" c="black"}}===


Revision [8862]

Edited on 2010-08-20 11:32:42 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
===Appendix 1 {{color text="Verifying the integrity of the ISO file" c="black"}}===
Deletions:
===Appendix 1 {color text="Verifying the integrity of the ISO file" c="black"}}===


Revision [8861]

Edited on 2010-08-20 11:32:08 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
===Appendix 1 {color text="Verifying the integrity of the ISO file" c="black"}}===
===Appendix 2 {{color text="Selecting high-quality blank media" c="black"}}===
Deletions:
==={{color text="Verifying the integrity of the ISO file" c="black"}}===
==={{color text="Selecting high-quality blank media" c="black"}}===


Revision [8836]

Edited on 2010-08-20 05:58:13 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
For a computer to boot from a live disc the optical drive must be read/accessed //before// the H.D.D. is; therefore when the optical disc is in the optical disc drive at boot up it will load Puppy Linux from that drive only and no where else.
Deletions:
For a computer to boot from a live disc the optical drive must be read before the H.D.D; therefore when the optical disc is in the optical disc drive at boot up it will load Puppy Linux from there and no where else.


Revision [8835]

Edited on 2010-08-20 05:56:21 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
The container file must have the extension //.iso//. It is an exact copy, or image, of an existing file system. This image can then be written to an optical disc using a particular software program (see below). It is by booting up with this disc in the optical drive that one can run and use Puppy Linux.
==={{color text="Verifying the integrity of the ISO file" c="black"}}===
==={{color text="Selecting high-quality blank media" c="black"}}===
To create a live disc it is recommended to use DVD+RW discs. Re-writable media has the advantage over write once media in that it can be erased and re-used hundreds of. {{color text="It is essential to use high-quality blank media from manufacturers such as Taiyo Yuden and Verbatim." c="#009900"}}.
==={{color text="Burning (writing) the ISO file to optical disc" c="black"}}===
Use any of the following free programs:
Deletions:
The container file must have the extension //.iso//. It is an exact copy, or image, of an existing file system. This image can then be written to an optical disc using a particular software program (see below). It is from that disc that one can run and use Puppy Linux.
==={{color text="Verifying the integrity of the ISO File" c="black"}}===
==={{color text="Selecting Blank Media to Create a Live Disc" c="black"}}===
To create a live disc it is recommended to use DVD+RW discs. Re-writable media has the advantage over write once media in that it can be erased and re-used hundreds of. {{color text="It is essential to use high quality blank media from manufacturers such as Taiyo Yuden and Verbatim." c="#009900"}}.
==={{color text="Burning (Writing) the ISO file to optical disc" c="black"}}===
Use any of the following programs:


Revision [8796]

Edited on 2010-08-18 05:46:00 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
To create a live disc it is recommended to use DVD+RW discs. Re-writable media has the advantage over write once media in that it can be erased and re-used hundreds of. {{color text="It is essential to use high quality blank media from manufacturers such as Taiyo Yuden and Verbatim." c="#009900"}}.
Deletions:
To create a live disc you may use blank CDR, CDRW, DVDR, DVDRW (single or double layer) discs. Rewritable media has the advantage over write once media in that it is more ecologically friendly due to the fact that discs can be erased and reused up to 1000 times. If you ever have a failed burn with write once media you’ll have a coaster and you’ll have to start again but if you use rewritable media you can erase the disc and burn it again. **{{color text="It is essential to use high quality blank media from manufacturers such as Taiyo Yuden and Verbatim." c="#009900"}}** Make sure the media is compatible with the drive in terms of speed and type.


Revision [8795]

Edited on 2010-08-18 05:42:22 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
- an optical disc drive with writing capability (it will have the logos //RW// and/or //""ReWritable""// on the drive tray)
- a container file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=422444#422444 Fluppy]], [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy 5]] or [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=58654 Puppy 5]] (multi-lingual)
Deletions:
- optical disc drive with writing capability (it will have the logos //RW// and/or //ReWritable// on the drive tray)
- the container file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=422444#422444 Fluppy]], [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy 5]] or [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=58654 Puppy 5]] (multi-lingual)


Revision [8794]

Edited on 2010-08-18 05:41:36 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
To create a live DVD one has to acquire:
- optical disc drive with writing capability (it will have the logos //RW// and/or //ReWritable// on the drive tray)
- the container file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=422444#422444 Fluppy]], [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy 5]] or [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=58654 Puppy 5]] (multi-lingual)
The container file must have the extension //.iso//. It is an exact copy, or image, of an existing file system. This image can then be written to an optical disc using a particular software program (see below). It is from that disc that one can run and use Puppy Linux.
Deletions:
To create a live DVD first download the container file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=422444#422444 Fluppy]], [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy 5]] or [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=58654 Puppy 5]] (multi-lingual).
The container file must have the extension //.iso//. It is an exact copy, or image, of an existing file system. This image can then be written to an optical disc using a particular software program which will be explained below. It is from that disc that one can run and use Puppy Linux.
==={{color text="Verifying that the optical disc drive has writing capability" c="black"}}===
If a drive has this capability it will have the logos "RW" and/or """ReWritable""" on the drive tray. Older drives are less likely to have this.


Revision [8793]

Edited on 2010-08-18 05:36:48 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
To use ""Burniso2cd"" go to: //Menu > Multimedia > ""Burniso2cd""//
To use Pburn go to: //Menu > Multimedia > Pburn//
- [[http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ ImgBurn]]
Deletions:
To use ""Burniso2cd"" go to: //Menu > Multimedia > ""Burniso2cd""//.
To use Pburn go to: //Menu > Multimedia > Pburn//.
- [http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ [ImgBurn]]


Revision [8792]

Edited on 2010-08-18 05:36:04 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
==={{color text="Verifying the integrity of the ISO File" c="black"}}===
==={{color text="Verifying that the optical disc drive has writing capability" c="black"}}===
==={{color text="Setting the correct boot sequence" c="black"}}===
For a computer to boot from a live disc the optical drive must be read before the H.D.D; therefore when the optical disc is in the optical disc drive at boot up it will load Puppy Linux from there and no where else.
Always select:
- D.A.O. (Disk At Once) mode if available
- Write speed of **4**
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==={{color text="Verifying Integrity of Downloaded ISO File" c="black"}}===
==={{color text="Verify That Your Computer has an Optical Disc Drive with Burning Capability" c="black"}}===
==={{color text="Setting the Optical Drive to Boot Before the Hard Drive" c="black"}}===
During boot up a computer will search for operating system files on all every drive. For a computer to boot from a live disc the optical drive must come before the hard drive in the boot order. Therefore if the live disc is in the optical drive at boot up then it will be used as the operating system disc and thus boot Puppy Linux.
Always select D.A.O. (Disk At Once) mode if available.


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Always select D.A.O. (Disk At Once) mode if available.
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You must burn it as an ISO image, which means using software that has the capability of creating a bootable (a.k.a live) optical disc using the ISO file as the source. If your burning software offers a choice as to how to burn an iso to create a live disc then select DAO (Disk-At-Once) mode.


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Edited on 2010-08-18 05:28:43 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
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__{{color text="Within Puppy Linux" c="black"}}__
To use ""Burniso2cd"" go to: //Menu > Multimedia > ""Burniso2cd""//.
To use Pburn go to: //Menu > Multimedia > Pburn//.
Use any of the following programs:
- [[http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/downloads-free-software.htm BurnCDCC]]
- [http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ [ImgBurn]]
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__{{color text="Within Linux" c="black"}__
To start ""Burniso2cd"", within Puppy Linux go to: //Menu > Multimedia > ""Burniso2cd""//.
To start Pburn, within Puppy Linux go to: //Menu > Multimedia > Pburn//.
Windows users may use Nero software if available. To burn an ISO image the burning software must be instructed to use the "burn ISO image" function. In Nero, go to "File" menu and select "Recorder > Burn Image (not "Burn Bootable Image").


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Edited on 2010-08-18 05:17:09 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
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==={{color text="Burning (Writing) the ISO file to optical disc" c="black"}}===
__{{color text="Within Linux" c="black"}__
__{{color text="Within Windows" c="black"}}__
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===={{color text="Burning (Writing) ISO Image file to Blank Optical Disc" c="black"}}====
==={{color text="In Linux" c="black"}}===
==={{color text="In Windows" c="black"}}===


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Edited on 2010-08-18 05:14:20 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
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To create a live DVD first download the container file of the desired Puppy Linux, e.g. [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=422444#422444 Fluppy]], [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy 5]] or [[http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=58654 Puppy 5]] (multi-lingual).
The container file must have the extension //.iso//. It is an exact copy, or image, of an existing file system. This image can then be written to an optical disc using a particular software program which will be explained below. It is from that disc that one can run and use Puppy Linux.
After downloading the ISO file verify its integrity by checking the [[MD5sum MD5sum]]. The file may have been corrupted during the download process so //always// verify its integrity. After verification you may then proceed to write (burn) the ISO file onto blank optical media.
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To create a live DVD first download the latest production version of [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy Linux]] or some other version.
The downloaded file is in the .iso format. It is an exact copy, or image, of an existing file system. This image can then be written to an optical disc using a particular software program which will be explained below.. It is from that disc that one can run and use Puppy Linux.
After downloading the ISO file, verify its integrity by checking the [[MD5sum MD5sum]]. The file may have been corrupted during the download process so always verify its integrity. After verification you may then proceed to write (burn) the ISO file onto blank optical media.


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Edited on 2010-08-06 02:10:18 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
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To create a live disc you may use blank CDR, CDRW, DVDR, DVDRW (single or double layer) discs. Rewritable media has the advantage over write once media in that it is more ecologically friendly due to the fact that discs can be erased and reused up to 1000 times. If you ever have a failed burn with write once media you’ll have a coaster and you’ll have to start again but if you use rewritable media you can erase the disc and burn it again. **{{color text="It is essential to use high quality blank media from manufacturers such as Taiyo Yuden and Verbatim." c="#009900"}}** Make sure the media is compatible with the drive in terms of speed and type.
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To create a live disc you may use blank CDR, CDRW, DVDR, DVDRW (single or double layer) discs. Rewritable media has the advantage over write once media in that it is more ecologically friendly due to the fact that discs can be erased and reused up to 1000 times. If you ever have a failed burn with write once media you’ll have a coaster and you’ll have to start again but if you use rewritable media you can erase the disc and burn it again. **{{color text="It is essential to use high quality blank media from manufacturers such as TDK, Imation, Taiyo Yuden, and Verbatim." c="#009900"}}** Make sure the media is compatible with the drive in terms of speed and type.


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Edited on 2010-08-06 02:06:19 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
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The downloaded file is in the .iso format. It is an exact copy, or image, of an existing file system. This image can then be written to an optical disc using a particular software program which will be explained below.. It is from that disc that one can run and use Puppy Linux.
Deletions:
The downloaded file is in the .iso format. It is an exact copy, or image, of an existing file system. This image can then be written to an optical disc which. It is from that disc that one can run and use Puppy Linux.


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Edited on 2010-08-06 01:58:24 by coolpup [Reverting last edit by coolpup [9289] to previous version [9288]]
Additions:
To create a live DVD first download the latest production version of [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy Linux]] or some other version.
The downloaded file is in the .iso format. It is an exact copy, or image, of an existing file system. This image can then be written to an optical disc which. It is from that disc that one can run and use Puppy Linux.
After downloading the ISO file, verify its integrity by checking the [[MD5sum MD5sum]]. The file may have been corrupted during the download process so always verify its integrity. After verification you may then proceed to write (burn) the ISO file onto blank optical media.
To start ""Burniso2cd"", within Puppy Linux go to: //Menu > Multimedia > ""Burniso2cd""//.
To start Pburn, within Puppy Linux go to: //Menu > Multimedia > Pburn//.
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===={{color text="Download :" c="black"}}====
The latest production version of [[http://puppylinux.org/main/index.php?file=Download%20Latest%20Release.htm Puppy Linux]].
The downloaded file is an [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_image ISO image]]. An ISO image (a.k.a. .iso file) is an exact copy of an existing file system. This image can be written (a.k.a. burned) to a writeable optical disc which results in a live bootable disc.
After downloading the ISO file, verify its integrity by checking the [[MD5sum MD5sum]]. The file may have been corrupted during the download process so always verify its integrity. After verification you may then proceed to burn the ISO file onto blank optical media.
To start ""Burniso2cd"", within Puppy Linux go to: Menu > Multimedia > ""Burniso2cd"".
To start Pburn, within Puppy Linux go to: Menu > Multimedia > Pburn.
http://www.freeisoburner.com/
Version: 1.2
Release Date: 20-Jan-2009
File Size: 800 KB


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