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Can I put more than one Puppy on a dvd?
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eccentric

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PostPosted: Mon 29 Oct 2007, 06:13    Post_subject:  Can I put more than one Puppy on a dvd?  

I have a pile of dvd,s with only one iso on each. i know there is a way of putting them all on one dvd ie:- 3.00 alfa beta rc1 rc2 final then using
final in wich ever way you want. i know this is done but the person reporting this on the forum said he had done this but did not give a link
to the page, I have tried the search with key words but no luck in finding it. can any one help finding this, as it is a waste of dvd,s use 100 meg and waste 4 gig. it is not the cost as they only cost 17 Yuan for ten
( about 1pound 11 pence).

I know Ted did this with DSL and puppy.
Michael.
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PostPosted: Mon 29 Oct 2007, 10:39    Post_subject:  

It's not quite clear to me what you want to do. If you mean can you boot more than one version of Puppy from the same multisession DVD, I don't think so but I could be wrong. I think there is a way to have several versions of Puppy on a DVD or CD, and choose which one you want to run at boot time. However I don't think they can share the same pup.save file.
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jonyo

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PostPosted: Mon 29 Oct 2007, 11:10    Post_subject: Re: Can I put more than one Puppy on a dvd?  

Would you have a link to this? (the person reporting it in this forum) >
eccentric wrote:
i know this is done <snip>the person reporting this on the forum said he had done this
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Philh

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PostPosted: Mon 29 Oct 2007, 11:49    Post_subject:  

I think you want this link
http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=16204

It probably doesnt get found much in title searches as it says mutliple.
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PostPosted: Tue 30 Oct 2007, 06:42    Post_subject: multi puppies on one DVD
Sub_title: clarify what i would like to do.
 

Thank you for your prompt repy to my request.
To clarify, when a new pup is born ie:- 3.00 i burn a DVD to test this.
when 3.00 alfa is out i burn another DVD then one for beta, one for rc1 then another for the final, when i run them i do not save any thing.
It is with the final i decide to ether use multi session or save to C/F in an ide addaptor .So until i use the final there is no save file to worry about.
What i had in mind was all are on one DVD. thus i do not waste DVD,s
I am sure there must be others with a large pile of DVD,s that are of no further use.

Thank you for the link i will now read it. Michael

Edit:- I have read the link i find they store all the puppies then burn to one DVD.What i would like to do is add iso,s as they are released, is this possable?????????
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PostPosted: Tue 30 Oct 2007, 11:02    Post_subject:  

I run Puppy from a DVD+RW. It works great. I've also used a DVD-RW, which worked great but has to be blanked before a new Puppy can be burned to it. Burniso2cd will overwrite whatever is on a DVD+RW without having to blank it first.
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PostPosted: Tue 30 Oct 2007, 18:11    Post_subject:  

So when a new Puppy comes out you want to put it on the DVD, and you don't want to use the earlier versions on the DVD anymore?
I imagine that would be fairly easy to do just by burning a new session.

Or do you want to still be able to boot the earlier versions?
I imagine it would be possible to do the same thing (whatever that was) as gliezl and others have done to boot multiple puppies, but with each puppy in a new session, but it might be quite tricky to figure out how to do it.
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eccentric

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PostPosted: Wed 31 Oct 2007, 01:28    Post_subject: can i put more than one Puppy on a DVD
Sub_title: Helpfull replies.
 

Thank you all for your helpful replies, I think the best thing for me to do is use+rw untill the final, then i can use a -r or +r for the final.
The reason i had not done this before was that i had read on the forum
that -r or +r DVD where the most reliable and do not record above 4 speed, i have ot had any problems thus far.

I will look at the link again but i can see what i wanted to do is not the same. Once again thanks for you help
Michael.
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PostPosted: Mon 20 Apr 2009, 02:01    Post_subject: best multisession pupp iso?  

is puppy linux the most recommended iso to get multisession working from start? or will all the other puplets also work just as well? I plan on multisession from dvd-r. (just trying to narrow which particular iso in working with)

once puppy linux is on disc, is this also further customizable? (adding/delete
programs with ease?)
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PostPosted: Mon 20 Apr 2009, 06:32    Post_subject:  

Can I put more than one Puppy on a dvd?
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I'd put same stuff on this forum
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PostPosted: Mon 20 Apr 2009, 09:06    Post_subject: Re: best multisession pupp iso?  

puppup wrote:
is puppy linux the most recommended iso to get multisession working from start? or will all the other puplets also work just as well? I plan on multisession from dvd-r. (just trying to narrow which particular iso in working with)

I've only used the standard version of Puppy to make multisession DVDs. It has always worked as advertised. I reccomend that you use a DVD+RW (if available) at first, and save anything important, including .pets you install, on a separate memory such as a USB stick.
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once puppy linux is on disc, is this also further customizable? (adding/delete
programs with ease?)

Yes. If you choose to, multisession Puppy will save installed programs and changed settings to the DVD when you shut down.

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