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Edited by GungSukma at 2015-11-11 17:07

I like Puppy Linux.
It is small and can do many things out of the box.
It can be frugal installed or full installed.
It can copied to and run from RAM also.

But I don't know how to make it

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You can try Pupy Linux from my GmailDrive.
Download, copy to sdcard, prepare (copy script.bin and uImage for your board as described in the 1st post of my thread).
The image is based on the old puppy version (2012), but it works.

quote: loboris replied at 2015-11-9 23:24
You can try Pupy Linux from my GmailDrive.
Download, copy to sdcard, prepare (copy script.bin and uI ...

  • Download Puppy_linux.img.xz from the GoogleDrive
  • Download scriptbin_kernel.tar.gz, it contains the latest kernel (uImage) and script.bin
  • Unpack the archive.
  • Write the Puppy_linux.img file (disk image) to your SD Card
  • - on Linux use dd command ( sudo dd if=image_name.img of=/dev/sdX bs=1M oflag=direct )
  • - on Windows use disk image writing software such as Win32 Disk Imager
  • After writing the image, mount SD Card FAT partition (BOOT)
  • Copy uImage_OPI-XX to uImage (depending on your board type, for OPI-PC use uImage_OPI-2)
  • Copy one of the script.bin.OPI-XXXX to script.bin (depending on your board type and desired monitor resolution)
  • - use uImage_OPI-XX and script.bin.OPI-XXXX from scriptbin_kernel.tar.gz if it is newer (probably it is).
  • Boot your Orange PI board from SD Card
I'll try it.
Thank you, loboris


I want a Puppy Linux, and my friends(more then 500) too.
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