Installing Puppy Linux to a Live CD is easy. You will need:

- a CD/DVD (+R, -R, +RW or -RW)
- a CD/DVD burner (a CD burner can only burn CD's, but a DVD burner can burn both)
- a Puppy Linux ISO

If you are running Puppy Linux, you can use Pburn to burn an ISO to disk.

1. First, make sure you have a burnable CD/DVD in your disk drive, and that your disk drive is NOT mounted.
2. Run Pburn from the menu. (Menu -> Multimedia -> Pburn)
3. If this is the first time you have used Pburn, it will ask for your disk drive that you wish to use. Select it and click OK.
4. Select "Burn ISO-image" in the top left, and browse to where you downloaded the ISO.
5. Unless, for some reason, you have to have a closed disk, select "Multisession".
6. Click the burn icon in the bottom right.

If you are running Windows, you can use ImgBurn to burn an ISO to disk.
  1. Run ImgBurn from the start menu.
  2. Click "Write image file to disk".
  3. Beside "Please select a file", click the "Browse for a file..." icon (a folder with a magnifying glass) and browse to the ISO you downloaded.
  4. Select your CD/DVD burner in the drop down menu, and make sure "Verify" is checked.
  5. Make sure the "Write Speed" is 1x, and "Copies" is 1. (unless you want more then 1 copy)
  6. Insert a CD or DVD into your drive
  7. Click "Write" (the big button).

To run Puppy Linux from a Live-CD or Live-DVD:
  1. Make sure the CD/DVD is in the drive, and that the computer is off.
  2. Turn on your computer, and see if Puppy Linux boots.
  3. If Puppy Linux doesn't run, read This.
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