How to install Moonlight on Firefox 5.0
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 16, 2011
Ubuntu 11.04 64bit
On installing Moonlight it popup
Novell moonlight could not be installed because it is not compatible with Firefox 5.0
Please help how to install it. TIA
Install Lucid Puppy to HDD?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 14, 2012
I'm pretty much a newbie and I have an old (10+ years) PC. The more modern heavy weight OS's crash so I tried Lucid Puppy ... Success However, I would like to install it on my hard drive instead of running it through RAM. Is there a way to install Lucid Puppy to my HDD?
A possible frugal install Like Puppy Linux?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 10, 2009
Hello Ubuntu users and Windows users alike,
I got my hands on a free 8GB Flash drive today and I was curious if there is a way to install Ubuntu on a non-linux filesystem like fat32 or NTFS. Much like Puppy Linux's frugal installation where data is kept from each session in a small ext2 file system. Basically, I am looking for a file structure much like:
| initrd.gz (Ubuntu system files)
| vmlinuz (Kernel)
| Other files (System related)
|----Other files and folders
The reason I don't want ext3 is I am trying to create a bootable USB device but keep windows compatibility.
Thank you for reading and any suggestions.
unable ot install lupudevx501.sfs into virtual box hard disk install of puppy 5.0.1
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 1, 2010
I need to compile the guest additions in puppy 5.0.1, but first the lupu-devx_501.sfs needs to be installed because it contains gcc, make, etc. I am unable to attach the .sfs file with puppy's tool to load it and I also tried to make a pet file. I ran the pet file, but I have no gcc or make. I have puppy 5.0.1 in a virtual hard disk install with virtual box 3.0.4 running in opensuse 11.1 64 bit os. The puppy kernel is 220.127.116.11.
Install Slacko puppy on hard drive
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 13, 2014
I'm trying to install slacko puppy on an old compaq evo n200. It has about 60gb hard drive and 198 ram. It already has windows xp, windows xp backup and xp lite on 3 partitions. My cd drive is noisy and slow so running it off cd is not really practical and there is no boot option for usb.
How might I install linux puppy to hard drive? I'd like to keep one windows option.
How to install moonlight in Ubuntu 12.0.4?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: July 16, 2013
I tried to open the this link in Ubuntu. but it suggested to install silverlight.
I searched in Google for this,finally I got Ubuntu not supported to SilverLight.so we need to install MoonLight.
for this, I run the following command.
sudo apt-get install mono-complete
after installing, I refresh the above page. still it's showing like that.
How can I fix this.
No grub files in full install of Puppy 5.2
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 24, 2011
I did a full installation of Puppy 5.2 on my kids' laptop (it was really getting bogged down with microsoft).
Everything apparently went fine until I installed grub when I got the message to add the following lines to /boot/grub/menu.lst:
[SOLVED] How to install GCC to a persistent USB install of Puppy?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 3, 2011
I just installed Puppy 5.2 to a 1GB USB stick to utilize it as a temporary memory solution while waiting until I can afford a replacement for the broken HDD in my laptop. After installing Puppy I discovered the GCC wasn't installed after trying to compile a simple C program from the command line. I found that I needed to install the devx.sfs file for 5.2 but when I try installing the file, it says that I must first install Puppy before I can install .sfs files. I am wondering if there is some other way I can install GCC or another compiler so that I can compile C programs on Puppy while waiting for the new HDD, is there any other solution? Thanks for any help
Possible To Install Puppy From Inside Ubuntu?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 28, 2011
neither the CD nor the usb can boot on this old dell latitude. no internet either.
it's running ubuntu off the hard drive. ubuntu can read the usb drive.
how can i install the puppy iso from inside ubuntu?
Puppy Linux hard disk install (replacing Ubuntu 6.10)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 20, 2007
I am trying to install Puppy Linux 2.16 to the hard disk of an old laptop to create a "rapid startup" environment for impromptu notetaking and other light tasks. The ISO disk of the system I have burnt works well as a live CD, but I have hit a problem when trying to install the system to the hard disk. When I log on now, a GRUB text screen gives me a choice of installing to a floppy or the hard disk, but none of the options seems to work. I would like the finished system to boot straight into the operating system with no options and no password. I am a novice with GRUB and the Shell, but would appreciate any advice on getting the setup to as near "instant on" as possible.
I am trying to replace an existing, working, Ubuntu 6.10 installation with the Puppy Linux. Compaq Armada E300 notebook, PIII 500MHz, 384Mb memory, 60 Gb hard drive.
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