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PostPosted: Wed 13 May 2009, 06:23    Post subject:  Eeepc
Subject description: Can we fix it? yes we can!
 

OK using the universal Installer, I got Woof alpha 7 onto USB
and booted (the new boot screen with the Puppy logo did not come up and I may have inadvertently updated instead of wiping.
Tried also with a complete wipe. It was working in Alpha 6, so can anyone confirm or get it working?

So it worked from USB
then tried transferring to SD card (it is classed as a USB flash card)
and one of the files could not be found
pup-471.sfs
copied that over but it was still jumping to a command line and complaining early in the boot sequence . . .

OK - someone else explain how it is done please?

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