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I can't remember exactly what it said I think it something about it recognize the ethernet connection. if pup_save.3fs exists in a fast media, can load direct... [ ! "`echo -n "$SAVEPART" | grep '^hd'`" = "" ] && SAVEDIRECT="yes" #...TODO not detecting sata and scsi fast drives. It's fine but a bit slow. Specify full path and filename. navigate here

In Phil's case, Puppy will run in PUPMODE 7, but how is that determined? A lot of writing will be happening to /root. At bootup, these folders are read in reverse order and loaded into ramdisk. I recommend you guys give it a shot, the iso is only 70 megs!

It's great. Makes it fun to use my old Hp OmniBook again, really saved it from ending up in the trash bin I have only run in to one problem so far and SAVEFS="`echo -n "$PUPSAVE" | cut -f 1 -d ','`" #f.s.

Sometimes switching to a different browser in Puppy helps. i have a bcm4319 card. The end of the script executes pivot_root, which switches to folder /pup_new as the new "/" (top of the filesystem). I downloaded the fonts from Indlinux site (http://www.indlinux.org/downloads/files/indic-otf-0.2.tar.gz), created .fonts folder in /root and copied the fonts folder "Open Type" in it.

There is no need to do hard disc install. However, when I tried to do that, unionfs crashed. kagasheOctober 7th, 2007, 05:40 AMgoing to try the new version on someone's computer i'm working on. initrd.gz and vmlinuz files are in /boot/legacy ..

Just imagine if you have plenty of disks with half terabytes sizes. Thus, when you shutdown, it will be there next time you start Puppy. placing my settings in a file on the same partition as ubuntu did the trick, and i can now dual boot with no problem. This is just a small technical detail, a deviation from before.

Now rerun the xorgwizard and you should be able to select 1024 x 600 from the choices given. have a peek at these guys The screen shots look terrific! This seems like a super cheap way to use linux instead of windows at school, still access their internet, and be easier then carrying a laptop around. One little thing I can't seem to find the answer to though; is there a way to run Puppy in other languages, like Swedish?

So it's alright if its a bit laggy at the start. check over here I added Opera from mydsl and found that it was faster compared to Opera on Ubuntu with JWM. Our workaround was a menu with boot option to not create pup001 and just run in ramdisk. Such an amazing little creature, I have run it as a live cd, installed and installed on my thumb drive..

Awesome! Also, if everything is in RAM, application startup and running speed is stunning. More info at the puppy linux forum: http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/index.php 37fleetwoodFebruary 9th, 2009, 06:52 AMI've been playing with Puppy for years! his comment is here I mean, even running as a live CD, it manages to be super fast and stable....

Ive been looking for a distro to install on my usb drive. Okay, having the "working files" in RAM is good, but when you want to start a big application, such as Mozilla, all of the Moz libraries will have to load off the correct choice for me was "write to a file".

infra disable and just to make sure the disabled serial and comport.

Puppy Linux would be supported much longer. Makes an old clunker run like a champ! :D I'm definitely keeping it around! ubernameJuly 10th, 2007, 04:32 PMRats! in fact, I turned off my laptop running Ubuntu hours ago, and I haven't even wanted to use it for a while! weedeatrSeptember 26th, 2007, 11:58 AMAll I can say is wow.

Definitely a keeper for an older PC. Other than that it's excellent. I downloaded Puppy 4.0 iso and mounted it on /tmp/puppy by following command: sudo mount puppy-4.00-k2.6.21.7-seamonkey.iso -o loop /tmp/puppy and copied the following files to a spare partition in /puppy400 folder: weblink I am only concerned about them not moving up to xorg 7 yet..

They look for and make save files differently, see Save file multi-session for more information.