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====Instalando o Puppy Linux através de uma unidade de CD/DVD (LIVE CD/DVD)====
- É necessário uma unidade de disco óptico com capacidade de escrever (gravar) em um disco. (geralmente,contém as seguintes inscrições na bandeja da unidade: //RW//,//""ReWritable""// ou ainda //CD-R//)
- Uma mídia óptica (CD/DVD/DVD-RW/CD-RW) em branco.
- O arquivo .ISO da versão de sua prefência do Puppy Linux - pode ser baixado em: [[http://puppylinux.com/download/index.html]].
=={{color text="Como apagar uma mídia RW (Regravável)" c="green"}}==
__Através do Puppy Linux__
- Vá até: //Menu > Multimedia > Pburn//
__ Através do Microsoft Windows__
- Utilize o programa grátis: [[http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ ImgBurn]]
=={{color text="Como gravar o arquivo .ISO em uma mídia em branco" c="green"}}==
Quando utilizar um programa para gravação de mídias, (""Burniso2cd"", ""BurnCDCC"" ou ""ImgBurn"") sempre selecione:
- Velocidade de Gravação: **{{color text="4x - ou então,a menor possível!"c="green"}}** **{{color text=" - para certificar-se de que os dados foram salvos corretamente no disco." c="red"}}**
__Através do Puppy Linux__
- Vá até: //Menu > Multimedia > ""Burniso2cd""//
__ Através do Microsoft Windows__
Utilize uma das opções abaixo,ambos são programas grátis:
(a) [[http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/downloads-free-software.htm BurnCDCC]] (Usuários inciantes)
(b) [[http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ ImgBurn]] (Usuários avançados) ([[http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=guides Guia de utilização]])
=={{color text="Iniciando o Puppy Linux através de um CD/DVD" c="green"}}==
1) Certifique-se de ter inserido o CD/DVD contendo o Puppy Linux na unidade de disco.
2) Reinicie o computador.
3) Configure a ordem de boot,através das instruções abaixo:
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====How to install Puppy Linux to an optical disc by creating a live D.V.D.====
- 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"}}==
__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="green"}}====
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"}}**
__Within Puppy Linux__
- go to: //Menu > Multimedia > ""Burniso2cd""//
__ Within Microsoft Windows__
Use either (a) or (b), both free programs
(a) [[http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/downloads-free-software.htm BurnCDCC]] (simple)
(b) [[http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/ ImgBurn]] (advanced) ([[http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=guides Guide]])
==={{color text="Running Puppy Linux from the LiveDVD" c="green"}}===
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
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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