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This is an old revision of LiveDVD made by coolpup on 2010-08-20 13:41:59.

 

To create a live DVD:
Writing (burn) the ISO file to optical disc within Puppy Linux
Use Burniso2cd: Menu > Multimedia > Burniso2cd

Writing (burn) the ISO file to optical disc within Windows
Use the free program BurnCDCC

When the optical disc has finished being written to, re-boot the computer with the optical disc remaining in the optical disc drive. When the computer starts up it should load Puppy Linux; if it does not then you will need to follow the instructions in Appendices 1 to 4.

Appendix 1 Setting the correct boot sequence

For a computer to boot from a live disc the optical drive must be read/accessed before the H.D.D. is; therefore when the optical disc is in the optical disc drive at boot up it will load Puppy Linux from that drive only and no where else.

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. This image can then be written to an optical disc using a particular software program. It is by booting up with this disc in the optical drive that one can run and use Puppy Linux. 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 write (burn) the ISO file onto blank optical media.

Appendix 3 Using high-quality blank media

To create a live disc it is recommended to use DVD+R discs. Using DVD+RW re-writable media has the advantage over write-once media in that it can be erased and re-used hundreds of times. It is essential to use high-quality media from manufacturers such as Taiyo Yuden and Verbatim.

Appendix 4 Software writer settings

Always select:
Some alternative software writers if needed: Pburn for Puppy and ImgBurn for Microsoft Windows.



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