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Offline Instance

There are an increasing number of requests from organisations on the ground to run something locally for operational management &/or data collection for the central hub.

  • PuppyLinux Puppy Linux 4.3.1 from (((WB7ODYFredOregon))) This 106 Megabyte Download for booting from multisession CD-R / CD-RW drive or botting from USB FLash Disk Drive. Puppy Linux has a Universal Installer application that allows for installing to a CD disk or a Full Hard drive or a USB Flash Disk. Boot Flash Installer is just for inatalling to a USB FLash Disk thumb drive. Easy to carry in your pocket files are saved to the USB Flash Disk, so you have and keep your changes and updates on the same device. Best use of USB FLash Disk drive. Your OS, your apps and your data are kept with you if you plug this into a new PC and boot with it. Very Very Useful! Supports many wired ethernet Cards, wireless PCI cards, and wireless WIFI USB dongles directly with no additional downloads. Has a SIP Voice over IP (VoIP) application named PSIP to use speaker and microphone to make telephone calls over the internet to other PSIP stations.
  • Debian base Puppy Linux "Woof" build from debian sources. Can use existing apt-get Debian application binaries to run on dpup PuppyLinux OS.

Puppy Linux has a nice set of applications, Seamonkey Web Browser, Xchat IRC, Geany Text Editor, DidiWIki Personal Wikie, Graphical File Transfer Program (gFTP), Semonkey Email app, PSIP Voice over IP, Transmission Bit Torrent Client, VLC Media Player, Inkscape Vector editor, optional installation of OpenOffice 3.1.1 application Writer, Calc, Impress. English Open Office v 3.1.1 .PET File for installation to PuppyLinux PuppyLinux Google Search tool

Installing Linux to USB Flash DIsk Drive from MS Windows

Two methods for installing Puppy Linux

Using Puppy Linux WB7ODY Freds personal ideas on using Puppy Linux in x86 PCs on the ground in Haiti.


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