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Puppy Fancy 1.2.11, It's here :D
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Wolf Pup

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PostPosted: Sat 10 May 2008, 19:13    Post subject:  Puppy Fancy 1.2.11, It's here :D
Subject description: Multiple Puppy LiveCD
 

This Puppy Fancy CD is filled with magic Wink and is able to boot seven puppys
and one memtest. List of bootable OS's is:

Puppy 3.01 Standard
Puppy Dingo 4 Final (2.6.21.7)
Puppy Fat Free 3.01
Puppy wNOP 0.2
Wolf Pup Linux 1.0
Puppy 2.15CE
Puppy 2.12 (with Zdrv)
Memtest86+ 2.01


IMPORTANT: If you use a CD-RW, please do a FULL BLANK of the disk before
burning.

Complete .ISO:
puppy_fancy-1.2.11.iso
md5sum

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Lobster
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PostPosted: Sat 10 May 2008, 21:23    Post subject:  

Well done. Long overdue.
Good choice of Puppys Cool

Puppy 3.01 Standard Slack compatible - being developed further in a community Edition

Puppy Dingo 4 Final (2.6.21.7)
Latest and newest, much older software still needs compiling, setting
up for this new edition which only uses .pets at present

Puppy Fat Free 3.01
have not tried this - what is left out?

Puppy WNOP 0.2
Compiz Fuzion wobbly interface
- probably the Puppy with the most 'bling' interface

Puppy 2.15CE
Puppy gorgeousness
uses icewm, the 'Viz' community edition
is still popular with many users

Puppy 2.12 (with Zdrv)
Very stable 'modernised' reworking of the 2 series

Can you tell us something about how you achieved this? Smile

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neur1


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PostPosted: Sat 10 May 2008, 22:20    Post subject: fancy  

thanks wolf_pup
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reckrhodes

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PostPosted: Sun 11 May 2008, 07:36    Post subject:  

Thank you Wolf Pup

Is it difficult to make? Shocked
I have Teenpup2008 and Puppy 4 NOP isos.

Can you give us some guidelines on how to duplicate what you did?

That magic is so useful in making a bootable cd with many flavors of Puppy Linux to try and let others feel the magic. Very Happy

Thanks a lot.
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brymway

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PostPosted: Sun 11 May 2008, 11:14    Post subject:  

Wolf Pup- I like this concept. I downloaded and burned the iso, but when I boot the disk, I get "grub>". What do I do to get the menu up and load some Puppys? By the way, I pressed TAB, got a list of commands to try and tried them all, to no avail. My computer boots up and goes straight from the system bios to the grub>.
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Wolf Pup

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PostPosted: Sun 11 May 2008, 12:38    Post subject:  

brymway wrote:
Wolf Pup- I like this concept. I downloaded and burned the iso, but when I boot the disk, I get "grub>". What do I do to get the menu up and load some Puppys? By the way, I pressed TAB, got a list of commands to try and tried them all, to no avail. My computer boots up and goes straight from the system bios to the grub>.


It should not do that, boot into grub cli. The cd should boot into a menu like below:


Please verify the md5sum.

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prit1


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PostPosted: Sun 11 May 2008, 14:03    Post subject:  

@Wolf Pup: I have a similar version with multiple Puppies. How does remaster work if one uses a version from this Multi-Puppy? Do you have the Isolinux files also in the CD. But the boot.msg files will differ for each Puppy right?
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cthisbear

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PostPosted: Sun 11 May 2008, 18:35    Post subject:  

A brilliant concept:
I am downloading now.

I would like a Puplet or mixed version.

Wouldn't it be great to download multi Puppies with your
boot choices concept?

Now that is something to work on.

Cheers...........Chris.
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PostPosted: Sun 11 May 2008, 19:33    Post subject:  

Thanks Wolf Pup. This is a great idea, and it is the CD to give away... 6 Puppies for the price of one.

And wNOP is unreal, I never got around to trying it before. Now that I have tried it, I feel like giving up on my own pup! Wow Shocked
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brymway

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PostPosted: Sun 11 May 2008, 19:35    Post subject:  

Quote:
Please verify the md5sum.


Well I tried but I guess I don't know how. Anyone care to link me to an idiots guide. Embarassed Incidentally I first downloaded the iso on my mac, where I download and burn all my iso's and got the grub>. Then I downloaded it on my FatFreePuppy laptop and got the exact same results, then tried to copy it to a usb drive and put it on this Dingo laptop but got the same results after using "burniso2cd". Then tried to md5sum and realized that I didn't know how. So now I'm back on the forum asking and will download straight to this Dingo laptop and try a md5sum once it's done. *sigh* I must be a Puppy Junkie.....


Hey that sounds like a good name for a Puppy Derivative.... Very Happy
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Caneri

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PostPosted: Sun 11 May 2008, 22:33    Post subject:  

Open a console/terminal in the same directory as your iso and md5.txt files are located and type the following.

md5sum -c puppy_fancy-1.2.8.iso.md5.txt

or just type md5sum puppy_fancy-1.2.8.iso and physically check the numbers by eye by opening the md5.txt file in an editor(Leafpad)

Best,
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PostPosted: Sun 11 May 2008, 23:46    Post subject:  

Downloading it to this computer would have taken around four weeks and I ran out of memory and space. So the memory thing is another thing I have to learn about. So I went over and downloaded it on our windows xp machine and burned the iso using the iso burner that I have used many times before successfully. I got the same thing. "grub>"

So I downloaded image to a mac, a puppy and an xp machine and got the same thing: three separate downloads, three separate cds, three identical grub>. Maybe cthisbear will have a definitive answer. Sorry I can't confirm anything about md5sum yet.

Thanks caneri for the tip.
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PostPosted: Mon 12 May 2008, 00:41    Post subject:  

I have attempted the download 4 times with pwget
the md5sum were the same (but wrong)
Has anyone successfully downloaded this version? Smile

It might not be uploaded correctly? Embarassed

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PostPosted: Mon 12 May 2008, 01:50    Post subject:  

File deleted untill a better connection to a wifi ap can be made to re-upload the file. Sad
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PostPosted: Mon 12 May 2008, 19:09    Post subject:  

OK. But I'm wondering is there anything I can change here on the disk, maybe on the grub file and see if it loads up? It appears as though I have the opening picture here it's just not telling it to load up correctly.

This is a copy of the boot/grub/menu.1st text.

# Grub Default Options
default 0
timeout 50
color light-gray/blue black/light-gray
splashimage=(cd)/boot/grub/attean_lake.xpm.gz

title Puppy 3.01
root (cd)
kernel (cd)/pup301/vmlinuz psubdir=pup301
initrd (cd)/pup301/initrd.gz
boot

title Puppy Dingo 4 Final (2.6.21)
root (cd)
kernel (cd)/dingo4_2621/vmlinuz psubdir=dingo4_2621
initrd (cd)/dingo4_2621/initrd.gz
boot

title Puppy Fat Free 3.01
root (cd)
kernel (cd)/ff301/vmlinuz psubdir=ff301
initrd (cd)/ff301/initrd.gz
boot

title Puppy WNOP 0.2
root (cd)
kernel (cd)/wnop/vmlinuz psubdir=wnop
initrd (cd)/wnop/initrd.gz
boot

title Puppy 2.12
root (cd)
kernel (cd)/vmlinuz2.12 root=/dev/ram0 loglevel=3
initrd (cd)/initrd.gz2.12
boot

title Puppy 2.15 CE
root (cd)
kernel (cd)/vmlinuz2.15 root=/dev/ram0 loglevel=3
initrd (cd)/initrd.gz2.15
boot

title Memtest86+ 2.01
root (cd)
kernel (cd)/boot/memtest86+-2.01.bin
boot
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