Joined: 21 Nov 2006 Posts: 11782 Location: Brussels IBM Thinkpad R40, 256MB, 20GB, WiFi ipw2100. Frugal Lin'N'Win
Posted: Wed 03 Dec 2008, 19:35 Post_subject:
With qemu you can have any OS installed as guest, so also the latest version of puppy.
You must make a virtual HDD and mount the puppy iso on the virtual CD rom.
Boot from the virtual CD and do the install on HDD as you wish.
I called script boot-cd and use it as boot-cd xxxxxx yyyyyy
Where xxxxxx is the full path to the puppy iso and yyyyyy is the full path where the previously created hdd image is. (I called it puppy)
echo "boot van CD $1 en gebruik HDD $2"
qemu -m 256 -no-kqemu -cdrom $1.iso -hda $2.img -hdb swap.img -boot d -localtime
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Find packages in a snap and install using Puppy Package Manager (Menu).
Use peppyy's puppysearch