I installed puppy on a 256MB partition of my harddisk. Since Puppy is 64MB, I though this would not be a problem, so I was very surprised to see
/dev/hda9 24116 221581 7087 97% /
The freememapplet also shows red with 7MB. How come its not 192MB?
I skipped the grub install, because I already have grub in another distro. To boot puppy I added something like
title puppy 2.01
kernel /boot/vmlinux root=/dev/hda9
to the menu.lst. Should I add some boot options? Which boot option are available?
By the way, the Puppy drive mounter only shows the partitions hda9, hda10, ... and not hda1 to hda8.