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How do I burn PUPPY 4.3 or so into a multisession CD
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yoseff_petz


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PostPosted: Sat 06 Feb 2010, 02:45    Post_subject:  How do I burn PUPPY 4.3 or so into a multisession CD  

I am entirely new to this, but I downloaded and burn Puppy 4.31 or so and works quite fine, I would like to add new stuff to the distro Rolling Eyes
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highwayman212

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PostPosted: Sat 06 Feb 2010, 03:14    Post_subject:  

Welcome to the forum

If you burn your iso using Burniso2cd on the multimedia tab now you have a puppy working you have an option to chose "normal" or "multi". This allows the multisession option on the cd/dvd allowing customisation.

Alternatively on the setup menu you can choose remaster Puppy live CD. This allows you to save your customisation as a new iso either as a universal cd to run on any PC, or with the specific settings for your machine only, depending on the options chosen when remastering.

Hope this helps

Chris
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