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Old 03-24-2010, 07:25 PM   #1
keiffee30
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Smile Puppy LAMP Server


i am using a Puppy webserver (LAMP).......

weblink
http://www.browserpuppy.com/server.html


and all is going very well LAMP is working really really good. I have done a website using Pluck.......

weblink
http://www.pluck-cms.org/?file=kop1.php


I have installed puppy on to a HDD (10Gb). Now i would like to do a ISO / Live CD of this server so i can hand it out to people. Can anyone tell me if i tell puppy to do a ISO to make a CD / USB drive will the website also be copied.......
Or is it just worth sorting out a USB pen drive and manually copy over the website to the drive.?

Or .......

Is there a better way of doing this like drive image like G4F etc etc ????????
 
Old 04-05-2010, 10:34 AM   #2
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What you want is the "Remastering": bit from http://www.puppylinux.com/cd-puppy.htm

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Remaster the CD

After you have burned Puppy on a CD, and you then decide that you would like to make changes to the CD, it is now very easy to pull apart the contents of the CD and put it back together again.

After booting up the live-CD, go to the "Setup" menu and select "Remaster Puppy live-CD". This will take you through simple steps to create a new CD. Your PC will of course need to have a CD-burner.

Remastering enables you to completely change Puppy. The basic idea is you make custom changes, download any extra packages that you would like to have on the CD, then run the remaster-CD script.
--jeremy
 
Old 04-05-2010, 01:42 PM   #3
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Jeremy

Sometimes people just dont read the manual like myself... i should RTF Screen. Many thanks for showing me my error of not looking pass my nose.

that is just the information i needed. thank you.
 
  


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