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Instalando o Puppy Linux através de uma unidade de CD/DVD (LIVE CD/DVD)


Como apagar uma mídia RW (Regravável)
Através do Puppy Linux Através do Microsoft Windows
Como gravar o arquivo .ISO em uma mídia em branco
Quando utilizar um programa para gravação de mídias, (Burniso2cd, BurnCDCC ou ImgBurn) sempre selecione: Através do Puppy Linux Através do Microsoft Windows
Utilize uma das opções abaixo,ambos são programas grátis:
(a) BurnCDCC (Usuários inciantes)
(b) ImgBurn (Usuários avançados) (Guia de utilização)

Iniciando o Puppy Linux através de um CD/DVD
  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:

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
  2. Free 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 Puppy then one would need to create a special MultiSessionLiveDVD.

Appendix 1 - Using high-quality blank media

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). It is essential to use high-quality media from manufacturers such as Taiyo Yuden and Verbatim.

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

Appendix 2 - Verifying the integrity of the ISO file

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.

Appendix 3 - Setting the correct boot sequence



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.

Appendix 4 - Boot parameters

"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

Appendix 5 - Creating a graphical boot menu

http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=61132

Appendix 6 - Creating a LiveDVD containing Multiple Puppies

http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=63572

Appendix 7 - Creating a Multisession LiveDVD

MultiSessionLiveDVD

References

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




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