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Last edited on 2012-08-09 13:26:14 by darkcity
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~[[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=77347 tutorial arranca varias puppies en usb (with pics)]]


Revision [23202]

Edited on 2012-08-09 13:14:33 by darkcity [~[[InstallationIndex Installation Index]]]
Additions:
[[HomePage]] > [[SoftwareIndex Software Index]] > [[SoftwareFilesystem File-system]]
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~**Puppy Universal Installer** is standard in most Puppy versions. It will install Puppy [[InstallationFrugal Frugally]] or [[InstallationFullHDD Fully]] to harddrive or other boot media. Note, Puppy works well as a frugal installation. It allows very specific installations, to USB, SATA or IDE hard drives (including a CF (Compact Flash) card plugged into a IDE adaptor.
~You may need to setup the [[WikiPedia:Disk_partitioning partitions]] on your harddrive or boot device, you can do this with [[GParted]].
~The Universal Installer is default in most Puppy Version.
~**1.** Required is a copy of a live-CD iso, or Puppy installation.
~**2.** Load up Puppy and then select Puppy Universal Installer from the Puppy menu:
~// PuppyMenu > Setup > Puppy Universal Installer //
~**3.** Follow the step by-step instructions.
~[[GParted GParted for setting up drive partitions]]
~[[UnetBootin UnetBootin for making a bootable USB in Windows or Mac OS]]
~[[BootFlash BootFlash making a bootable USB in Puppy Linux]]
~[[BootLoaders Boot Loaders]]
~[[BootParameters Boot Parameters]]
~[[TableOfBIOSKeys]]
~[[InstallationIndex Installation Index]]
==Related Webpages==
~[[http://anarchycomputercorp.blogspot.com/2011/05/puppy-linux-installer-creatorv11-inc.html Blog Page about Installer]]
~[[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=77347 tutorial arranca varias puppies en usb (with pics)]]
CategorySoftware
Deletions:
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**Puppy Universal Installer** is standard in most Puppy versions. It will install Puppy [[InstallationFrugal Frugally]] or [[InstallationFullHDD Fully]] to harddrive or other boot media. Note, Puppy works well as a frugal installation. It allows very specific installations, to USB, SATA or IDE hard drives (including a CF (Compact Flash) card plugged into a IDE adaptor.
You may need to setup the [[WikiPedia:Disk_partitioning partitions]] on your harddrive or boot device, you can do this with [[GParted]].
The Universal Installer is default in most Puppy Version.
**1.** You will need a copy of a live-CD or USB flash drive with Puppy ready to boot.
**2.** Load up Puppy and then select Puppy Universal Installer from the Puppy menu:
// Menu > Setup > Puppy Universal Installer //
**3.** Follow the step by-step instructions.
[[GParted GParted for setting up drive partitions]]
[[UnetBootin UnetBootin for making a bootable USB in Windows or Mac OS]]
[[BootFlash BootFlash making a bootable USB in Puppy Linux]]
[[BootLoaders Boot Loaders]]
[[BootParameters Boot Parameters]]
[[TableOfBIOSKeys]]
==Related Pages==
[[http://anarchycomputercorp.blogspot.com/2011/05/puppy-linux-installer-creatorv11-inc.html Blog Page about Installer]]


Revision [23201]

Edited on 2012-08-09 13:13:35 by darkcity [Reverting last edit by darkcity [23199] to previous version [16190]]
Additions:
{{image url="http://www.dokupuppylinux.tk/lib/tpl/dokubook/images/dokuwiki-128.png" title="text" alt="text"}}
**Puppy Universal Installer** is standard in most Puppy versions. It will install Puppy [[InstallationFrugal Frugally]] or [[InstallationFullHDD Fully]] to harddrive or other boot media. Note, Puppy works well as a frugal installation. It allows very specific installations, to USB, SATA or IDE hard drives (including a CF (Compact Flash) card plugged into a IDE adaptor.
You may need to setup the [[WikiPedia:Disk_partitioning partitions]] on your harddrive or boot device, you can do this with [[GParted]].
The Universal Installer is default in most Puppy Version.
**1.** You will need a copy of a live-CD or USB flash drive with Puppy ready to boot.
**2.** Load up Puppy and then select Puppy Universal Installer from the Puppy menu:
// Menu > Setup > Puppy Universal Installer //
**3.** Follow the step by-step instructions.
[[GParted GParted for setting up drive partitions]]
[[UnetBootin UnetBootin for making a bootable USB in Windows or Mac OS]]
[[BootFlash BootFlash making a bootable USB in Puppy Linux]]
[[BootLoaders Boot Loaders]]
[[BootParameters Boot Parameters]]
[[TableOfBIOSKeys]]
==Related Pages==
[[http://anarchycomputercorp.blogspot.com/2011/05/puppy-linux-installer-creatorv11-inc.html Blog Page about Installer]]
Deletions:
[[HomePage]] > [[SoftwareIndex Software Index]] > [[SoftwareFilesystem File-system]]
{{image url="http://gparted.sourceforge.net/images/gparted-64x42.png"}}
~**Puppy Universal Installer** is standard in most Puppy versions. It will install Puppy [[InstallationFrugal Frugally]] or [[InstallationFullHDD Fully]] to harddrive or other boot media. Note, Puppy works well as a frugal installation. It allows very specific installations, to USB, SATA or IDE hard drives (including a CF (Compact Flash) card plugged into a IDE adaptor.
~You may need to setup the [[WikiPedia:Disk_partitioning partitions]] on your harddrive or boot device, you can do this with [[GParted]].
~The Universal Installer is default in most Puppy Version.
~**1.** Required is a copy of a live-CD iso, or Puppy installation.
~**2.** Load up Puppy and then select Puppy Universal Installer from the Puppy menu:
~// PuppyMenu > Setup > Puppy Universal Installer //
~**3.** Follow the step by-step instructions.
~[[GParted GParted for setting up drive partitions]]
~[[UnetBootin UnetBootin for making a bootable USB in Windows or Mac OS]]
~[[BootFlash BootFlash making a bootable USB in Puppy Linux]]
~[[BootLoaders Boot Loaders]]
~[[BootParameters Boot Parameters]]
~[[TableOfBIOSKeys]]
==Related Webpages==
~[[http://anarchycomputercorp.blogspot.com/2011/05/puppy-linux-installer-creatorv11-inc.html Blog Page about Installer]]
~[[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=77347 tutorial arranca varias puppies en usb (with pics)]]
CategorySoftware


Revision [23199]

Edited on 2012-08-09 13:11:32 by darkcity [~[[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?]
Additions:
[[HomePage]] > [[SoftwareIndex Software Index]] > [[SoftwareFilesystem File-system]]
{{image url="http://gparted.sourceforge.net/images/gparted-64x42.png"}}
~**Puppy Universal Installer** is standard in most Puppy versions. It will install Puppy [[InstallationFrugal Frugally]] or [[InstallationFullHDD Fully]] to harddrive or other boot media. Note, Puppy works well as a frugal installation. It allows very specific installations, to USB, SATA or IDE hard drives (including a CF (Compact Flash) card plugged into a IDE adaptor.
~You may need to setup the [[WikiPedia:Disk_partitioning partitions]] on your harddrive or boot device, you can do this with [[GParted]].
~The Universal Installer is default in most Puppy Version.
~**1.** Required is a copy of a live-CD iso, or Puppy installation.
~**2.** Load up Puppy and then select Puppy Universal Installer from the Puppy menu:
~// PuppyMenu > Setup > Puppy Universal Installer //
~**3.** Follow the step by-step instructions.
~[[GParted GParted for setting up drive partitions]]
~[[UnetBootin UnetBootin for making a bootable USB in Windows or Mac OS]]
~[[BootFlash BootFlash making a bootable USB in Puppy Linux]]
~[[BootLoaders Boot Loaders]]
~[[BootParameters Boot Parameters]]
~[[TableOfBIOSKeys]]
==Related Webpages==
~[[http://anarchycomputercorp.blogspot.com/2011/05/puppy-linux-installer-creatorv11-inc.html Blog Page about Installer]]
~[[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=77347 tutorial arranca varias puppies en usb (with pics)]]
CategorySoftware
Deletions:
{{image url="http://www.dokupuppylinux.tk/lib/tpl/dokubook/images/dokuwiki-128.png" title="text" alt="text"}}
**Puppy Universal Installer** is standard in most Puppy versions. It will install Puppy [[InstallationFrugal Frugally]] or [[InstallationFullHDD Fully]] to harddrive or other boot media. Note, Puppy works well as a frugal installation. It allows very specific installations, to USB, SATA or IDE hard drives (including a CF (Compact Flash) card plugged into a IDE adaptor.
You may need to setup the [[WikiPedia:Disk_partitioning partitions]] on your harddrive or boot device, you can do this with [[GParted]].
The Universal Installer is default in most Puppy Version.
**1.** You will need a copy of a live-CD or USB flash drive with Puppy ready to boot.
**2.** Load up Puppy and then select Puppy Universal Installer from the Puppy menu:
// Menu > Setup > Puppy Universal Installer //
**3.** Follow the step by-step instructions.
[[GParted GParted for setting up drive partitions]]
[[UnetBootin UnetBootin for making a bootable USB in Windows or Mac OS]]
[[BootFlash BootFlash making a bootable USB in Puppy Linux]]
[[BootLoaders Boot Loaders]]
[[BootParameters Boot Parameters]]
[[TableOfBIOSKeys]]
==Related Pages==
[[http://anarchycomputercorp.blogspot.com/2011/05/puppy-linux-installer-creatorv11-inc.html Blog Page about Installer]]


Revision [16190]

Edited on 2011-06-29 17:46:12 by darkcity [~[[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?]
Additions:
[[BootFlash BootFlash making a bootable USB in Puppy Linux]]
Deletions:
[[BootFlash making a bootable USB in Puppy Linux]]


Revision [16189]

Edited on 2011-06-29 17:43:59 by darkcity [~[[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?]
Additions:
==Preparation of Drives==
You may need to setup the [[WikiPedia:Disk_partitioning partitions]] on your harddrive or boot device, you can do this with [[GParted]].
[[GParted GParted for setting up drive partitions]]
[[UnetBootin UnetBootin for making a bootable USB in Windows or Mac OS]]
[[BootFlash making a bootable USB in Puppy Linux]]


Revision [16177]

Edited on 2011-06-29 16:26:44 by darkcity [~[[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?]
Additions:
**2.** Load up Puppy and then select Puppy Universal Installer from the Puppy menu:
Deletions:
**2.** Select Puppy Universal Installer from the Puppy menu:


Revision [16176]

Edited on 2011-06-29 16:25:49 by darkcity [~[[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?]
Additions:
**Puppy Universal Installer** is standard in most Puppy versions. It will install Puppy [[InstallationFrugal Frugally]] or [[InstallationFullHDD Fully]] to harddrive or other boot media. Note, Puppy works well as a frugal installation. It allows very specific installations, to USB, SATA or IDE hard drives (including a CF (Compact Flash) card plugged into a IDE adaptor.
Deletions:
**Puppy Universal Installer** is standard in most Puppy versions. It will install Puppy [[InstallationFrugal Frugally]] or [[InstallationFullHDD Fully]] to harddrive or use other boot media. Note, Puppy works well as a frugal installation. It allows very specific installations, to USB, SATA or IDE hard drives (including a CF (Compact Flash) card plugged into a IDE adaptor.


Revision [16175]

Edited on 2011-06-29 16:25:19 by darkcity [~[[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?]
Additions:
**Puppy Universal Installer** is standard in most Puppy versions. It will install Puppy [[InstallationFrugal Frugally]] or [[InstallationFullHDD Fully]] to harddrive or use other boot media. Note, Puppy works well as a frugal installation. It allows very specific installations, to USB, SATA or IDE hard drives (including a CF (Compact Flash) card plugged into a IDE adaptor.
Deletions:
**Puppy Universal Installer** is standard in most Puppy versions. It will install Puppy [InstallationFrugal Frugally] or [InstallationFullHDD Fully] to harddrive or use other boot media. Note, Puppy works well as a frugal installation. It allows very specific installations, to USB, SATA or IDE hard drives (including a CF (Compact Flash) card plugged into a IDE adaptor.


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The oldest known version of this page was created on 2011-06-29 16:23:09 by darkcity [~[[http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?]
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