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== Using Isolinux/Syslinux ==
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1. Extract puppy iso into UBCD's custom folder (ubcd\custom\puppy\extracted files) , and '''cut''' the .sfs file into the '''root''' directory of cd
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2. Add the following to C:\UBCD\ubcd\custom\custom.cfg - note the .cfg extension:
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<code>
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LABEL - puppy
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MENU LABEL  puppy
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LINUX /ubcd/custom/puppy/vmlinuz
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INITRD /ubcd/custom/puppy/initrd.gz
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</code>
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== Using grub4dos ==
 
== Using grub4dos ==
  
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1. Extract puppy iso, and '''cut''' the .sfs file into the '''root''' directory of cd
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2. Repack r iso (using acetoneiso or isomaster ) without the .sfs file
  
1. Place your puppy ISO into UBCD's custom folder , so it should be something like C:\UBCD\ubcd\custom\puppy.iso).
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3. Place your puppy ISO into UBCD's custom folder , so it should be something like C:\UBCD\ubcd\custom\puppy.iso).
  
2. Add the following to C:\UBCD\ubcd\custom\custom.lst - note the .lst extension:
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4. Add the following to C:\UBCD\ubcd\custom\custom.lst - note the .lst extension:
  
 
<code>
 
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3. extract the puppy iso and '''copy the .sfs file into the root directory of the cd'''
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5. Done :)
  
 
Note : u can test your iso (ex, using virtualbox) before burning
 
Note : u can test your iso (ex, using virtualbox) before burning

Latest revision as of 03:18, 16 June 2010

Using Isolinux/Syslinux

1. Extract puppy iso into UBCD's custom folder (ubcd\custom\puppy\extracted files) , and cut the .sfs file into the root directory of cd

2. Add the following to C:\UBCD\ubcd\custom\custom.cfg - note the .cfg extension:

LABEL - puppy

MENU LABEL puppy

LINUX /ubcd/custom/puppy/vmlinuz

INITRD /ubcd/custom/puppy/initrd.gz

Using grub4dos

1. Extract puppy iso, and cut the .sfs file into the root directory of cd

2. Repack r iso (using acetoneiso or isomaster ) without the .sfs file

3. Place your puppy ISO into UBCD's custom folder , so it should be something like C:\UBCD\ubcd\custom\puppy.iso).

4. Add the following to C:\UBCD\ubcd\custom\custom.lst - note the .lst extension:

title Puppy

map --mem /ubcd/custom/puppy.iso (0xff)

map --hook

root (0xff)

kernel /vmlinuz from=/ubcd/custom/puppy.iso

initrd /initrd.gz

5. Done :)

Note : u can test your iso (ex, using virtualbox) before burning