Posted: Thu 06 Feb 2020, 04:11 Post subject:
Puppy Linux ISO files can be booted using Super Grub2 Disk
The attached composite shot shows the currently supported ISOs including Fatdog64-810 Final.
In this example the tested ISOs are on a dedicated f2fs partition (p7) on an nvme.
Save folders for each Pup are held in the root of that partition.
The ISOs are held in a folder which must be named "boot-isos" when using a partition on a HD/SSD/NVME.
EDIT: 11th Feb 2020
In addition to the 32-bit upupee in the shot below support is also confirmed
for the 32-bit ScPup-20.01+0-T.iso
EDIT: 13th Feb 2020
It is expected that the developers of these distros will continue to include the
loopback.cfg feature in any future releases and may mention the inclusion of the
SG2D support in their release notes as did the Fatdog team.
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Kennels Last edited by ETP on Thu 13 Feb 2020, 10:59; edited 2 times in total
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