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Puppy Universal Installer


Puppy Universal Installer is standard in most Puppy versions. It will install Puppy Frugally or 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.

Preparation of Drives
You may need to setup the partitions on your harddrive or boot device, you can do this with GParted.

Making the Installation
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.


Also see
GParted for setting up drive partitions
UnetBootin for making a bootable USB in Windows or Mac OS
BootFlash making a bootable USB in Puppy Linux
Boot Loaders
Boot Parameters
TableOfBIOSKeys

Blog Page about Installer



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