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The latest production version of Puppy Linux.

The downloaded file is an 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.

Verifying Integrity of Downloaded ISO File

After downloading the ISO file, verify its integrity by checking the 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.

Verify That Your Computer has an Optical Disc Drive with Burning Capability

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.

Setting the Optical Drive to Boot Before the Hard Drive

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.

Selecting Blank Media to Create a Live Disc

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. It is essential to use high quality blank media from manufacturers such as TDK, Imation, Taiyo Yuden, and Verbatim. Make sure the media is compatible with the drive in terms of speed and type.

Burning (Writing) ISO Image file to Blank Optical Disc

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.

In Linux

To start Burniso2cd, within Puppy Linux go to: Menu > Multimedia > Burniso2cd.
To start Pburn, within Puppy Linux go to: Menu > Multimedia > Pburn.

In Windows

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").

http://www.freeisoburner.com/
Version: 1.2
Release Date: 20-Jan-2009
File Size: 800 KB



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