And I hope that your efforts are encouraged, as well.DougieLawson wrote:I suspect you'll be sitting alone in a dark corner of this forum with no one else interested in what you're doing.
Best of luck with it, I hope you do better than the lone person who keeps chasing his Android tail.
The last Standalone Alpha Release available was released prior to the B+, so should of said kernel / firmware etalr3d4 wrote:Why not with the right magic in /boot/cmdline.txt a kernel & initramfs and rootfs ..fruitoftheloom wrote: Can you install Puppy on a RPi B+ without BerryBoot
http://forum.tinycorelinux.net/index.php?board=57.0vtpi wrote:That's great, FOL. I'll probably try that too.
Thanks r3d4, I'm sure you're right. Just didn't try itr3d4 wrote:IMHO Berryboot might be an extra , confusing and unneeded step in this setup .
AKAIK You dont need berryboot to run puppy (or any other distro ) all that is needed is upto date firmware and config files pointing at the relevent bits of puppy ( kernel / initramfs ) ..
PuppLinux for the RPi seems like dead project, needs new impetus by a developerTheOriginal_Den24 wrote:Hi vtpi,
I also like PuppyLinux & would like a full working version for the Pi, I use puppy on my old pc & also on usb as a back-up os
couldn't you use a browser like Lynx, dillo or Midori?
I'm not-sure if you would find this interesting or useful but i found this link that has names of a few programs:
https://harbhag.wordpress.com/2010/07/0 ... for-linux/
then just Google the .pet name
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