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Cara Jalankan PuppyKembali ke AtasSebuah keuntungan besar dari Puppy Linux adalah bahwa Puppy tidak harus diinstal. Anda d...
Jika Anda menghentikan Puppy Anda akan ditanya apakah Anda ingin menyimpan pengaturan (dan filepribadi Anda) dalam dua car...
Jika Anda berniat untuk menggunakan Puppy tahan lama Anda harus memilih alternatif kedua.Alternatif ini memiliki banyak ke...
restoring them once you are done with the modifications. In this case, please make sure beforehand thatyour backup is read...
Again select the line saying "unallocated" and click the "New" button. (You can see where this is going.)Enter the size of...
(protection from malware) and a hard drive bootup (speed). Moreover, upgrading to a new Puppy version isvery simple - all ...
Use the right mouse button to click on the file called "menu.lst".From the context menu that pops up, select "File menu.ls...
Confirm the next dialogue (Warning) by hitting Return.In the next dialogue, select the "hda2" partition with the cursor ke...
Notice: (hd0,1) signifies the hard disk and partition on which GRUB is stored. Depending on your bootmedium, you will need...
The installation is complete. What remains to be done is to configure the GRUB boot loader so that PuppyLinux can be boote...
Close the ROX file manager.Click on the button "UNMNT" next to /dev/hda2.The button changes to "MOUNT".Exit Puppy and rebo...
Enter your password again.Choose "1" as a "standalone" firewall.Now you can see your input again. If everything is alrigth...
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  1. 1. Cara Jalankan PuppyKembali ke AtasSebuah keuntungan besar dari Puppy Linux adalah bahwa Puppy tidak harus diinstal. Anda dapatmenjalankan Puppy langsung dari CD, tanpa mempengaruhi sistem operasi Anda. Atau Anda dapatmenginstal Puppy pada harddisk atau USB stick.Bagaimana menjalankan Puppy pertama kalinyaPertama, Anda harus mengatur urutan boot di BIOS. Jika Anda tidak tahu bagaimana untuk masuk kesetup BIOS-, konsultasikan manual komputer. Biasanya Anda menekan salah satu tombol berikutsegera setelah beralih pada PC: ESC, salah satu fungsi F1 kunci F12 atau tombol delete. Pada setupBIOS-Anda mengubah urutan boot agar drive CD-ROM yang pertama dan harddisk yang kedua. TutupBIOS-setup dan menyimpan pengaturan.PC kemudian biasanya reboot. Segera masukkan CD Puppy ke dalam drive CD-ROM. Jika Andaterlalu lambat sistem operasi lama Anda mulai. Dalam hal ini menjaga CD dimasukkan ke dalam driveCD dan memulai PC lagi.Sekarang Puppy harus dimulai. Selama prosedur awal Anda diminta untuk memilih dari beberapapilihan seperti mouse, negara atau zona waktu. Pilihan untuk mouse biasanya otomatis, dan Anda dapatmemilih "ps2" bahkan jika Anda tidak memiliki tikus melekat pada sidik laptop. Untuk pertanyaan lain,navigasi dengan tombol kursor ke bawah dengan pilihan Anda. Kemudian menyerang kembali-key.Setelah jendela lanjut (Puppy Video Wizard) muncul, "Xorg" sudah disorot. Tekan kembali-kunci.Tunggu beberapa detik sampai jendela berikutnya (Puppy Video Wizard) muncul. Di sana Andamenavigasi dengan tombol kursor untuk layar (LCD panel = layar datar, CRT = standar monitor) danresolusi pilihan Anda. Kemudian menyerang kembali-key. Setelah beberapa detik desktop Puppymuncul.Haruskah Xorg tidak bekerja pada komputer Anda, pilih Xvesa. Beberapa detik kemudian, desktopPuppy akan ditampilkan menggunakan resolusi 640 x 480 piksel. Jika Anda ingin menggunakanresolusi yang lebih tinggi misalnya memilih 1280x1024x24 dan klik pada tombol "Change".Setelah beberapa detik desktop Puppy muncul lagi. Klik tombol OK-.Sayangnya, dengan Xvesa Anda akan harus menyesuaikan tata letak keyboard jika Anda tidakmenggunakan keyboard US.Jika PC Anda memiliki 256 MB RAM, Puppy akan dimuat sepenuhnya ke dalam RAM (atau dipasangke disk CD / DVD jika PC Anda tidak memiliki RAM). Sistem operasi lama Anda tidak tersentuh,sehingga Anda dapat melihat dengan aman di Puppy Linux. Sekarang Anda dapat mengambil CDkeluar dari drive CD, kecuali jika Anda tidak memiliki cukup ram, di mana Puppy kasus tidak akanmemungkinkan CD yang akan dikeluarkan.
  2. 2. Jika Anda menghentikan Puppy Anda akan ditanya apakah Anda ingin menyimpan pengaturan (dan filepribadi Anda) dalam dua cara (Anda dapat mengubah antara pilihan dengan tombol tab-dan kemudiandan tekan return-key):SIMPAN UNTUK FILE - Simpan ke pup_save.2fs file bernama pada hard disk atau USB flash drive.SIMPAN KE CD - Simpan ke CD atau DVD yang sama di mana Anda boot dari (ini mensyaratkanbahwa CD atau DVD Puppy dibakar dengan cara yang file masih bisa ditambahkan ke dalamnya).JANGAN SIMPAN - Puppy Keluar tanpa menyimpan apapun.Jika Anda ingin menyimpan pengaturan (dan file pribadi Anda) Anda akan diminta di mana hard diskatau USB flash drive ini harus terjadi. Jika menabung untuk pup_save.2fs, memilih setidaknya 128MB.Boot OptionsKetika Puppy sepatu ia menawarkan Anda beberapa boot-pilihan. Jika Anda tidak memasukkanapapun, Puppy dimuat setelah beberapa detik ke dalam RAM. Ketika mulai, Puppy otomatis mencarifile pup_save.2fs-sebelumnya disimpan. Jika file ini belum ada, Anda akan diminta lagi boot-uppertanyaan yang sama.Dengan opsi boot-puppy pfix = ramAnda memiliki pilihan untuk memulai Puppy ke RAM tanpa Anda pra-disimpan-pengaturan dan tanpafile pribadi Anda, bahkan jika pup_save.2fs-file sudah ada. Ini pilihan boot sangat berguna dandigunakan dalam manual ini beberapa kali. Opsi-opsi boot lain biasanya tidak diperlukan.Menyimpan dan Instalasi ke Hard DiskKembali ke AtasBagaimana untuk menyimpan pengaturan dan file pribadi AndaJadi Puppy yang dapat menyimpan semua pengaturan dan data pribadi Anda, sebuah file bernamapup_save.2fs disimpan. Saya sarankan ukuran 512 MB untuk file ini. Ini cukup besar untuk programlebih lanjut dan dapat didukung-up pada CD-ROM (Catatan: jika Anda ingin membuat cadangan filepada USB stick, ia harus memiliki kapasitas penyimpanan 1 GB). Puppy dapat menyimpanpup_save.2fs-file di filesystem yang berbeda termasuk FAT dan NTFS seperti yang digunakan olehwindows. (Catatan: USB stick dan harddrives eksternal biasanya diformat dengan FAT32-filesystem,sehingga mereka dapat digunakan tanpa masalah). Windows XP-pengguna biasanya memiliki NTFS-satunya filesystem. Ada dua pilihan bagi Anda untuk menyimpan pup_save.2fs-file juga:(1) Simpan file pada harddisk eksternal atau USB-stick.(2) Buatlah partisi NTFS lebih kecil dan membuat satu atau lebih partisi lebih lanjut dengan FAT32-filesystem dan ext2/ext3-filesystem.
  3. 3. Jika Anda berniat untuk menggunakan Puppy tahan lama Anda harus memilih alternatif kedua.Alternatif ini memiliki banyak keuntungan.Bagaimana menginstal PuppyJika Anda memilih untuk tidak menjaga Puppy booting dari CD-ROM, Anda dapat menginstal Puppyke hard disk drive. Hal ini membutuhkan beberapa persiapan.Hard drive, partisi dan filesystemSebuah hard drive dapat dibagi dalam satu atau lebih partisi. Jika Anda membuat beberapa partisi padaharddisk, partisi masing-masing muncul seperti hard drive di sistem operasi. Dengan kata lain:meskipun Anda hanya memiliki satu harddisk di PC Anda, Anda akan melihat beberapa (virtual) hard-drive dengan Windows atau Linux. Jendela menunjuk harddrives (serta floppy disk drive dan CD /DVD drive). Pada Windows mereka akan diidentifikasi dengan huruf. Biasanya Sebuah menunjukfloppy disk drive, C (partisi pertama) harddisk, D drive CD-ROM, E (partisi kedua) harddisk, Fharddisk (partisi ketiga) dan seterusnya. Setiap partisi memiliki sistem file sendiri, Windows biasanyamenggunakan NTFS (Windows XP) atau FAT32 (Win98, Win95).Dengan Linux harddisk (pertama) adalah adressed sebagai / dev / hda atau / dev / sda. Jika PC Andamemiliki harddisk kedua, itu adressed sebagai / dev / hdb atau / dev / sdb. Partisi yang berurutannomor, dimulai dengan satu. Partisi dari harddisk Anda adressed sebagai / dev/hda1 (sesuai denganWindows C-partisi), / dev/hda2 (sesuai dengan Windows E-partisi), / dev/hda3, dan sebagainya. Linuxdapat bekerja dengan sistem file yang berbeda seperti ext2, ext3 atau ReiserFS. Sistem file ini tidakdibaca oleh Windows. Selain itu Linux dapat bekerja dengan filesystem Windows juga.Preparing the Hard Disk Back to TopDefragment your hard diskBefore creating new partitions on your hard drive, you should defragment the drive so that all data is storedat the beginning of the existing partition. Here is how to do it:Start up Windows.First, backup your files to CD-ROM, DVD, or an external hard drive. Also remember to backup your Internetlink collection (Favourites) and your e-mails. If your data is encrypted, it is advisable to decrypt it beforebacking it up. This protects you from data loss because modifying hard drive partitions always carries therisk of data loss.Next, start the Disk Defragmenter program under Windows. The program is located at "Start | All Programs| Utilities | System Programs | Disk Defragmenter". Select hard drive c: and click the "Check" button.Click the "Defragment" button. Depending on the size of the partition and the amount of data on it, thisprocess can take a long time (over an hour). If you have very large amounts of data, you can speed up thisprocess drastically by deleting your files after you have backed them up (see the previous item) and
  4. 4. restoring them once you are done with the modifications. In this case, please make sure beforehand thatyour backup is readable, otherwise there will be wailing and gnashing of teeth.Click the "Close" button.There is now space on the harddisk for additional partitions.Shut down Windows.Creating partitionsNow you should plan the layout of your hard disk partitions regarding file system and size. I recommendcreating three or four partitions in addition to the Windows partition. The following example assumes youhave exactly one Windows partition (drive letter C). Your hard disk would then look like this:First partition: NTFS or FAT32 (Windows)Second partition: ext2 or ext3 (this is where Puppy will be installied to)Third partition: Linux swap (for page files)Fourth partition: FAT32 (for exchanging data between Windows and Linux)Optionally, a fifth partition: ext2 or ext3 (Linux)Windows will continue to reside on your first partition with all its programs and data. The second partition(recommended size about 1-2 GB) has a Linux file system (ext2 or ext3). This is the partition Puppy will beinstalled to. The third partition (exactly as large as your computers memory) will be a Linux swap partitionthat Linux can ... well, swap files to. The fourth partition has a FAT32 file system, which is recognized byboth Windows and Linux. This partition (recommended size about 5 GB) is used for files that you want toaccess from both Windows and Linux. If you want to manage large amounts of data under Puppy (e.g.music collection, pictures), you should create a fifth partition with a Linux file system (ext2/ext3). This filesystem cannot be accessed from Windows and is meant for Linux only.To create the partitions, proceed as follows:Start Puppy Linux from CD with the "pfix=ram" boot option.Start the Gparted program: "Menu | System | Gparted partition manager".First, shrink your Windows partition (NTFS file system). To do this, select the Windows partition /dev/hda1.Click the "Resize/Move" button.Reduce the "New Size" value until the "Free Space Following" field shows enough free space following forthe new partitions. My test computers hard disk has only 3 gigabytes; I am using half of that for the mewpartitions. You probably have a much larger hard drive so your partition sizes can be increased accordingly.Then press the "Resize/Move" button.Next, select "Edit | Apply All Operations" from the menu.In the dialogue box that comes up, click the "Apply" button.Click the "Close" button. You now have an "unallocated" area on your hard disk.Select the line saying "unallocated" and click the "New" button.Enter the size of the second partition in the "New Size" field. This is where Puppy Linux will be installed to. Irecommend a size of 1 to 2 gigabytes (i.e., 1024 to 2048 MB). Select ext2 from the "Filesystem" box andclick "Add".
  5. 5. Again select the line saying "unallocated" and click the "New" button. (You can see where this is going.)Enter the size of the third partition in the "New Size" field. This partition is to hold Linuxs swap files as aLinux swap partition. You should make it as large as your computers memory (RAM). With my testcomputer, this amounts to 128 megabytes (MB). Select linux-swap from the "Filesystem" box and click"Add".Again select the line saying "unallocated" and click the "New" button.Enter the size of the fourth partition in the "New Size" field.This partition is meant for shared access to filesfrom Windows and Linux. I recommend a size of about 5 gigabytes (5120 MB). Since my test computerdoes not have a large enough hard disk, I am using 396 megabytes (MB) as an example. Select FAT32from the "Filesystem" box and click "Add".Hint: if you want to create additional partitions (e.g., for very large files under Linux), repeat the processoutlined above accordingly. In this case, you may have to create so-called logical partitions. Please consultadditional sources if you are unsure about how to do that.To actually write the changes to disk, select "Edit | Apply All Operations" from the menu.In the dialogue box that comes up, click "Apply".Click the "Close" button.Exit GParted. Back to TopInstallation-Frugal Back to TopThere are different ways to install Puppy:Frugal Installation (Pupy CD image on hard drive)•Universal Installer•Manual InstallOther Ways•Full Installation•Installation to a USB flash drive•Installation to a CF cardFrugal Installation is recommended if you have 256 MB RAM or more. If you have less than 256 MB RAMyou should choose Full Installation.Frugal Installation using Puppy Universal InstallerA Frugal Installation copies the image from the Puppy CD to the hard drive. At bootup, Puppy is loaded intoyour computers memory (RAM) just as it is when you boot Puppy from CD, however, loading it from a harddrive is much faster. This way, Frugal Installation combines the advantages of booting from CD-ROM
  6. 6. (protection from malware) and a hard drive bootup (speed). Moreover, upgrading to a new Puppy version isvery simple - all you have to do is replace some files.Start "Menu | Setup | Puppy universal installer". Choose which medium Puppy should be installed to. In thisexample, I chose the internal hard drive.If you have several hard drives, select one.Next, click on the button next to the partition that you want Puppy to be installed to - /hda2 in this example.In the dialogue box, click "OK".You now have to decide whether you want a "Frugal" or a "Full" installation. In our example, click on the"FRUGAL" button.Now you change the installation directory. Just click on the "OK" button.The files are now copied from CD to the hard drive.The installation is finished. In the next two dialogue boxes, click "OK".Since you now have two operating systems on your computer (Windows and Puppy Linux), you need aboot loader. The boot loader is the first program executed after switching the computer on. It enables you tospecify which operating system should be started up. If Windows was the only operating system on yourcomputer up to now, you do not have a boot loader. Start the installation of the boot loader GRUB with"Menu | System | Grub bootloader config".Select "simple installation" and click "OK".In the next dialogue box, select "standard" and click "OK".Now you have to specify where the GRUB boot loader should store its files. These can only be written to aLinux file system partition. Thus, please specify one of the Linux (ext2 or ext3 file system) partitions youcreated (/dev/hda2 in the example). If you do not have a Linux file system partition yet, you need to createone.Now you have to specify where the GRUB boot loader itself should be installed to. Select the Master BootRecord "MBR" and click "OK".In the next dialogue box, click "OK".The installation is complete. What remains to be done is to configure the GRUB boot loader so that PuppyLinux can be booted. This is how to do it:Open the file "menu.lst". You will find this file in the /boot/grub directory of the partition you installed theGRUB files to (/dev/hda2 in our example). For Linux newbies, I include detailed instructions on how to findand open this file. More advanced users can skip ahead to where menu.lst gets edited.Start "Menu | Filesystem | Pmount mount/unmount drives" and click on the button "MOUNT" next to"/dev/hda2".The button changes to "UNMNT".Start "Menu | Filesystem | ROX-Filer file filemanager".Right-click with the mouse and choose "Window | Enter Path".Enter the following path next to "Goto: /mnt/hda2/boot/grub/You are now at the folder /mnt/hda2/boot/grub/
  7. 7. Use the right mouse button to click on the file called "menu.lst".From the context menu that pops up, select "File menu.lst | Open As Text".You can now see the contents of the menu.lst file.Edit the file at this point:title Puppy Linux 4.00 frugal (on /dev/hda2)rootnoverify (hd0,1)kernel /puppy400/vmlinuz pmedia=idehd psubdir=puppy400initrd /puppy400/initrd.gz(Notice: depending on what medium you boot from, you have to set the pmedia parameter to one ofusbflash, usbhd, usbcd, ideflash, idehd, idecd, idezip, satahd, scsihd or scsicd. If you did not install theGRUB files to the /dev/hda2 partition, you need to change the rootnoverify parameter as well - partitionnumber and Linux drive letter minus one, so if the GRUB files are on /dev/hdb3 (partition 3 in second drivehdb), make it "rootnoverify (hd1,2)".)With the changed line, the grub entry should now look like this:title Puppy Linux 4.00 frugal (on /dev/hda2)rootnoverify (hd1,2)kernel /puppy400/vmlinuz pmedia=idehd psubdir=puppy400initrd /puppy400/initrd.gz"Comment out", i.e. put a number sign (#) before the lines:that are no longer needed, like the followingextra entries automatically written by Grub:# Linux bootable partition config beginstitle Linux (on /dev/hda3)root (hd0,2)kernel /boot/vmlinuz root=/dev/hda3 ro vga=normal# Linux bootable partition config ends# Linux bootable partition config beginstitle Linux (on /dev/hda4)root (hd0,3)kernel /boot/vmlinuz root=/dev/hda4 ro vga=normal# Linux bootable partition config endsSave the file by selecting "File | Save" from the programs menu. Exit the text editor.Close the ROX file manager.Click on the button "UNMNT" next to /dev/hda2.The button changes to "MOUNT".Click on the button "QUIT".Exit Puppy and reboot the computer: "Menu | Shutdown | Reboot computer".When you reboot the computer, you will be asked whether you want to save the "session" (i.e., all theconfiguration changes you made). Hit Return to select the entry "SAVE TO FILE", which is alreadyhighlighted.
  8. 8. Confirm the next dialogue (Warning) by hitting Return.In the next dialogue, select the "hda2" partition with the cursor keys and press Return.Now. you will be asked, if the file should get a special filename. Just press Return.You will be asked whether you want a normal (unencrypted) or an encrypted save file. Select "NORMAL"with the cursor keys and press Return.The next dialogue lets you choose a size for your save file. A file size of 512 megabytes is usuallysufficient. You can increase (but not decrease) this size anytime from within Puppy. Pick the desired filesize with the cursor keys and press Return.In the next screen you see a summary. Choose "Change Folder" and press return.Next, you enter "/puppy400" as subfolder and confirm with return.Again a summary is shown and if everything seems to be ok, choose "Yes, save" with the arrow keys, thenpress return.Please be patient while the file is created.Next you will be asked if Puppy 4.xx should test for serial devices at each boot. Choose ""No" with thearrow keys and confirm with return.Now you decide wether the system file pup400.sfs should be copied over to the harddrive. Choose "Yes"with the arrow keys and confirm with return.Last not least the computer restarts automatically. Remove the Puppy CD from the drive before theshutdown is complete. Upon reboot the boot loader will show up. Choose ""Puppy Linux 4.00 frugal (on/dev/hda2)"" with the arrow keys and confirm with return.Manual InstallationTo be able to use this option, a boot loader has to be installed on your computer. If there is no boot loaderinstalled on your computer, I recommend doing so using the Puppy Universal Installer.Boot Puppy fom CD with the "puppy pfix=ram" boot option.Create a new directory "puppy400" onto a partition with a Linux file system (ext2/ext3) or a FAT32 filesystem.Copy the filespup_400.SFSzdrv_400.SFSinitrd.gzvmlinuzinto this directory. If you are updating Puppy, overwrite the existing files. Reconfigure the GRUB boot loaderby editing the menu.lst file. You will usually find this file on a Linux partition in the /boot/grub folder.Append the following two lines to the file menu.lst:title Puppy Linux 4.00 frugal (on /dev/hda2)rootnoverify (hd0,1)kernel /puppy400/vmlinuz pmedia=idehd psubdir=puppy400initrd /puppy400/initrd.gz
  9. 9. Notice: (hd0,1) signifies the hard disk and partition on which GRUB is stored. Depending on your bootmedium, you will need to set the pmedia parameter to one of usbflash, usbhd, usbcd, ideflash, idehd,idecd, idezip, satahd, scsihd or scsicd.Save the file menu.lstClose the text editor. Remove the Puppy CD from the drive and exit Puppy without saving your session.Reboot the PC. Puppy should now boot without the CD in the drive. Back to TopInstallation-Full Back to TopA Full Installation installs Puppy onto the hard drive like any other "normal" Linux. This kind of installation isa good idea if you have less than 256 MB of memory.Start "Menu | Setup | Puppy universal installer". Select the medium that you want to install Puppy to. Ichose the internal hard drive for this example.If you have more than one hard drive, choose one.Click the button next to the partition that you want to install Puppy to.Confirm the next dialogue by clicking "OK".You now have to decide whether you want a "Frugal" or a "Full" installation. Since this chapter describes aFull installation, click the button labelled "FULL".The files will be copied from the CD to the hard drive.Since you now have two operating systems on your computer (Windows and Puppy Linux), you need aboot loader. The boot loader is the first program executed after switching the computer on. It enables you tospecify which operating system should be started up. If Windows was the only operating system on yourcomputer up to now, you do not have a boot loader. The Puppy Installer can install GRUB as a boot loaderfor you. To do this, click on "INSTALL GRUB".In the next dialogue box click "Install"Confirm the next dialogue by clicking "OK".Select "simple installation" and click "OK".In the next dialogue box, select "standard" and click "OK".Now you have to specify where the GRUB boot loader should store its files. These can only be written to aLinux file system partition. Thus, please type "/dev/hda2" - that is, the same partition to which Puppy hasjust been installed.Now you have to specify where the GRUB boot loader itself should be installed to. Select the Master BootRecord "MBR" and click "OK".Confirm the next dialogue by clicking "OK".In the next dialogue box, click the "No" button.
  10. 10. The installation is complete. What remains to be done is to configure the GRUB boot loader so that PuppyLinux can be booted. This is how to do it:Open the file "menu.lst". You will find this file in the /boot/grub directory of the partition you installed theGRUB files to (/dev/hda2 in our example). For Linux newbies, I include detailed instructions on how to findand open this file. More advanced users can skip ahead to where menu.lst gets edited.Start "Menu | Filesystem | Pmount mount/unmount drives" and click on the button "MOUNT" next to"/dev/hda2".The button changes to "UNMNT".Start "Menu | Filesystem | ROX-Filer file filemanager".Click with the right mouse button and choose "Window | Enter Path" from the context menu.Type this into the box labelled "Goto" (do not omit the slash at the end): /mnt/hda2/boot/grub/You are now inside the /mnt/hda2/boot/grub/ folder.Use the right mouse button to click on the file called "menu.lst".From the context menu that pops up, select "File menu.lst | Open As Text".You can now see the contents of the menu.lst file.# Start GRUB global section#timeout 30color light-gray/blue black/light-gray# End GRUB global section# Other bootable partition config beginstitle Windows (on /dev/hda1)rootnoverify (hd0,0)makeactivechainloader +1# Other bootable partition config ends# Linux bootable partition config beginstitle Linux (on /dev/hda2)root (hd0,1)kernel /boot/vmlinuz root=/dev/hda2 ro vga=normal# Linux bootable partition config ends# Linux bootable partition config begins# title Linux (on /dev/hda4)# root (hd0,3)# kernel /boot/vmlinuz root=/dev/hda4 ro vga=normal# Linux bootable partition config endsTo include a display timeout, remove "#" from the start of the line of "timeout 30", and change the value,which is in seconds. Note that the entries "Other" will be for Windows (in /dev/hda1) and "Linux" will be forLinux (on /dev/hda2) - make sure to insert "Puppy" before the word "Linux"! If there are extra entries below(the extra entries are made when you have extra partitions or hard disks), you may ignore them or simplyput "#" before the lines - this will hide the entries.Save the file by selecting "File | Save" from the programs menu. Exit the text editor.
  11. 11. Close the ROX file manager.Click on the button "UNMNT" next to /dev/hda2.The button changes to "MOUNT".Exit Puppy and reboot the computer: "Menu | Shutdown | Reboot computer".When you reboot the computer, you will be asked whether you want to save the "session" (i.e., all theconfiguration changes you made). Select "DO NOT SAVE" with the cursor keys and hit Return.Your computer will now shut down completely and then start up again. You will then see the boot loadercome up. Select "Puppy Linux (on /dev/hda2)" with the cursor keys and press Return. Puppy boots up. Atthe first bootup, you will once again have to specify your country and your screen resolution. Thisconfiguration is saved so that you do not have to repeat this process at the next bootup. Back to TopInternet Connection Back to TopModemStart off clicking on "Menu | Network | PupDial modem dialup".Next, enter the information from your provider.DSLFirst you should check if the ethernet-interface was detected.Start a shell ("Menu | Utility | Rxvt terminal emulator") and enter the following command:ifconfigCan you see "eth0"?If you can not see "eth0" enter the following command:ifconfig eth0 upTo check if the ethernet-interface is available now, enter the following command:ifconfigNow you should see "eth0". Close the shell.Start the program "Menu | Network | Roaring Penguin PPPoE".Press the button "SETUP".Enter your username (ask your provider), then press the return-key.Enter the ethernet interface. eth0 is usually correct so you can press the return-key.At the next question you confirm the default "no" and press the return-key.Then you have to enter your IP adress. If you get a dynamic IP adress press the return-key only.Now enter your password (ask your provider).
  12. 12. Enter your password again.Choose "1" as a "standalone" firewall.Now you can see your input again. If everything is alrigth press the key "y".If you want to connect the internet-connection press the button "Start".A message box opens and you get connected. Press the return-key.You can now open the Internet browser "Menu | Internet | SeaMonkey Webbrowser". Enter a URL and seeif the Internet site is displayed.If you want to disconnect the internet-connection press the button "Stop".A message box opens and you get disconnected. Press the return-key.Wireless LANTo connect your Puppy to a wireless network take the following steps: Step 1Click on the "connect" icon on your Desktop, then click "Connect to the Internet by network interface".....OR.......Click on Menu / Setup / Network WizardIf Puppy recognizes your interface, it will be displayed in the upper portion of the box.Just click the button for your interface and see step 2 below.If puppy does not see your interface you will have to load the appropriate module with the Load ModulebuttonIf you are unsure, click the "more" tab to Auto-probe drivers, or to install a Windows driver.After you have loaded the correct module for your interface, it will show up in the first box seen above.Click on it and proceed to step 2Step 2Configuring Network InterfaceClick the Wireless buttonClick Scan ( Or enter the information for your interface if you know it)Click on your Network from the list that appears . Click Save. Enter your WEP / WPA key if on a securednetwork.Then click Use This Profile. Click the Test button to see if Puppy see`s a "live" connection. If it does, thenclickAuto DHCP. If successful Puppy will ask you if you want to save the configuration for next boot. Chooseyes or no.Click Done on the box that appears, and you`re all set! Back to Top
  13. 13. Setup EMail Back to TopStart the program "Menu | Internet | SeaMonkey mail and news". The configuration depends on your email-provider. In the following you will find an example for GMX.After you press the button "Finish" the program automatically downloads your emails from your emailaccount. If you are offline, the following error message appears:Start an Internet-connection and click (in the Seamonkey-Mail-Programm) on the button "Get newmessages". Back to TopSetup Devices (Printer, Keyboard) Back to TopPuppy Linux has Setup in the Menu that contains many ways of setting up your different devices. Examplesare given below for setting up printer and keyboard.PrinterThis is an easy one to get up and running.Just run "Menu | Setup | Printer Wizard" and the directions thereshould be sufficient to get most printers working.If your printer is not on the list that comes up try one that issimilar for example if you have an superjet 23e try the superjet 23 or superjet 23f.Keyboard layoutIf you are using Xvesa as your video server and you do not have a US keyboard, you need to customisethe keyboard layout. Start "Menu | Document | Geany text editor" and copy the following lines into it for aGerman keyboard layout.clear shiftclear lockclear controlclear mod1clear mod2clear mod3!clear mod4!clear mod5!de-latin1.map: German keymapkeycode 9 = Escape Escapekeycode10 = 1 exclam
  14. 14. keycode11 = 2 quotedbl twosuperiorkeycode12 = 3 section threesuperiorkeycode13 = 4 dollar dollarkeycode14 = 5 percentkeycode15 = 6 ampersandkeycode16 = 7 slash braceleftkeycode17 = 8 parenleft bracketleftkeycode18 = 9 parenright bracketrightkeycode19 = 0 equal bracerightkeycode20 = ssharp question backslashkeycode21 = dead_acute dead_gravekeycode22 = BackSpace Deletekeycode23 = Tab Tabkeycode24 = q Q atkeycode25 = wkeycode26 = e E currency EuroSignkeycode27 = rkeycode28 = tkeycode29 = zkeycode30 = ukeycode31 = ikeycode32 = okeycode33 = pkeycode34 = udiaeresis Udiaeresiskeycode35 = plus asterisk dead_tildekeycode36 = Returnkeycode37 = Control_Lkeycode38 = akeycode39 = skeycode40 = dkeycode41 = fkeycode42 = gkeycode43 = h
  15. 15. keycode44 = jkeycode45 = kkeycode46 = lkeycode47 = odiaeresis Odiaeresiskeycode48 = adiaeresis Adiaeresiskeycode49 = dead_circumflex degreekeycode50 = Shift_Lkeycode51 = numbersign apostrophekeycode52 = ykeycode53 = xkeycode54 = ckeycode55 = vkeycode56 = bkeycode57 = nkeycode58 = m M mukeycode59 = comma semicolonkeycode60 = period colon Multi_keykeycode61 = minus underscorekeycode62 = Shift_Rkeycode63 = KP_Multiplykeycode64 = Alt_L Meta_Lkeycode65 = space spacekeycode66 = Caps_Lockkeycode67 = F1 F11keycode68 = F2 F12keycode69 = F3 F13keycode70 = F4 F14keycode71 = at F15keycode72 = bar F16keycode73 = dead_tilde F17keycode74 = currency EuroSign F18keycode75 = braceleft F19keycode76 = braceright F20
  16. 16. keycode77 = Num_Lockkeycode78 = Scroll_Lockkeycode79 = KP_7keycode80 = KP_8keycode81 = KP_9keycode82 = KP_Subtractkeycode83 = KP_4keycode84 = KP_5keycode85 = KP_6keycode86 = KP_Addkeycode87 = KP_1keycode88 = KP_2keycode89 = KP_3keycode90 = KP_0keycode91 = KP_Decimalkeycode94 = less greater barkeycode95 = bracketleft F11keycode96 = bracketright F12keycode98 = Up!keycode99 = Priorkeycode 100 = Leftkeycode 102 = Right!keycode 104 = Downkeycode 105 = Control_Rkeycode 106 = KP_Dividekeycode 108 = Alt_Rkeycode 110 = Homekeycode 112 = Priorkeycode 113 = Leftkeycode 114 = Rightkeycode 115 = Endkeycode 116 = Downkeycode 117 = Next
  17. 17. keycode 133 = Alt_Lkeycode 134 = Alt_Radd shift = Shift_L Shift_Radd lock = Caps_Lockadd control = Control_L Control_Radd mod1 = Alt_L Alt_Radd mod2 = Mode_switchadd mod3 = Num_Lock!add mod4 =!add mod5 =Save this file as .Xmodmap into the /root directory (please note that the first character of the file nameshould indeed be a dot). Then restart the X server by selecting "Menu | Shutdown | Restart X Server"(alternatively, you can open a console and issue the "xmodmap /root/.Xmodmap" command). Now theäöüÄÖÜ umlauts are available. The special characters @|~ have been assigned to the functionkeys F5, F6 and F7 (F7 has to be pressed twice to make the tilde appear). The {}[] brackets are located onfunction keys F9 to F12.You can create country-specific keyboard layouts of your own by editing that file. To find out the correctkeycodes, open a console and enter the "xev" command. The keycode of any key you press and itsassigned character will then be displayed.

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