Joined: 04 May 2005 Posts: 11182 Location: Arizona USA
Posted: Sun 08 Jan 2006, 16:22 Post_subject:
The Pup001 file is so that Puppy has a place of its own on a hard drive where to store stuff. Since multisession Puppy has the CD or DVD all to itself where to store stuff, multisession Puppy has no pup001 file.
You do have to have enough memory (RAM + swap) to run Puppy + OpenOffice. Assuming that you can download and install the OpenOffice Pupget or dotpup while running in RAM, Puppy should save that session to the CD or DVD when you shut down, but I had to use the "save" button on the desktop to save the session to the disk when I installed OpenOffice in a Puppy multisession DVD.