Step 1: To be able to boot from a USB CD Drive or any external peripheral using the USB port for that matter it is important that your motherboard has built-in support for this function. To check for the availability of this feature, reboot the machine. Step 2: Reboot your computer. The most common keys are F2, F10, and? Navigate the BIOS. Once you have loaded the BIOS, you can use your keyboard to navigate the menus. Your mouse will most likely not be working.
You can use the BIOS to change the basic settings for your hardware. In the BIOS settings go to the section for boot devices. Set the primary boot device as the USB port or We Want (Eden 2) - Norma Loy - Open Your Mind (CD) external device. Select this option and make sure to save the changes in the BIOS settings. The machine will automatically reboot. Step 4: If however the BIOS settings has the option to boot from the USB port but cannot detect the connected device, you may need to download an updated driver from the hardware manufacturer.
Launch your Web browser and navigate to the manufacturer's website. Step 5: Select for support based on the model of your motherboard.
Download and install the driver update based on the instructions provided by your hardware manufacturer. Step 6: We Want (Eden 2) - Norma Loy - Open Your Mind (CD) step 2 to step 3 to check if the device can be properly identified. Make sure that the external device is turned on if applicable and the cable is firmly connected to the computer and the external device.
Thanks to the Plop bootmanager, you can make a machine like this USB bootable in a few easy steps:. If all goes as planned, you should now be presented with an alternate Boot Manager similar to the one pictured above that can be used to boot your USB Flash Drive or other device.
After you have created a bootable USB drive it is worth rebooting your computer and creating the save file before continuing. The save file is used to provide persistence within Mind Guard Linux. The advantage to this is that it can be used in the same way you would use any fully installed operating system, but without the need to actually do We Want (Eden 2) - Norma Loy - Open Your Mind (CD) full install.
We Want (Eden 2) - Norma Loy - Open Your Mind (CD) use Mind Guard Linux this way you must create a save file. How to Setup Mind Guard Linux after first boot? The Puppy Setup tool can be accessed by clicking on the "Setup" icon on the desktop. From the setup tool you can change your language keyboard layout, language, timezonechoose startup options, configure your mouse and keyboard, adjust your audio settings, change your screen resolution, setup 3D graphics and setup a printer.
When Puppy boots it loads in a default save file. You can add further save files for Puppy to load during boot up by clicking on the "Startup" button in the Puppy Setup screen. You can also load extra kernel modules and drivers. The initial setting up of the internet connection in Mind Guard Linux has always been a little bit hit and miss. There are a number of tools available for setting up an internet connection but I find it is a case of trial and error trying to find the one that is going to work for each particular release of Mind Guard Linux.
To set up an internet connection either open up the Puppy Setup application and choose "Internet" or click on the "Connect" icon on the desktop. There are a number of options to choose from. If you want to connect to an ethernet or wireless connection choose the "Wired or Wireless LAN" option. As mentioned previously there are a few options to choose We Want (Eden 2) - Norma Loy - Open Your Mind (CD) for connecting to the internet.
The Simple Network Setup in theory is the easiest way to get connected and the Network Wizard is the most difficult but more complete tool for adjusting settings.
The good news is that once you have your network set up you don't have to go through the same pain again. Unless of course you need to connect to a different network. Flash isn't installed by default but can easily be installed by clicking on the Quickpet icon. I will cover that application more fully later on but to install Flash simply click on Quickpet, choose the "Internet" tab and click on "Flash". You will be given the option to choose from a number of different versions of Flash.
MP3s didn't provide any cause for concern and played straight away without having to install codecs. Puppy Tahr has a lot of applications installed by default but they are in the main lightweight in nature meaning that the performance is exceptional. For productivity there is Abiword and Gnumeric. Word processing and spreadsheets. These applications won't set your world on fire but are functional.
I am quite impressed however with the Palemoon web browser. It is lightweight but has all the features I am looking for in a browser including tabs, bookmarks, decent rendering and the ability to play Flash videos. Once Flash is installed.
I am also impressed with Sylpheed which is the email client. Again it is lightweight in nature but connecting to GMail was easy and the client supports many of the basic features you would expect from an email client.
Hexchat seems to be the client of choice for many distributions now though. My main complaint with DeaDBeeF is the name. Trying to work out which letters to capitalise is a nightmare.
DeaDBeeF isn't going to win awards for beauty and it isn't as fully featured as Rhythmbox or Clementine but it sticks to the mantra of doing one thing and doing it well. Puppy has a lot of little applications that make it stand out. There are two main ways to install applications using Mind Guard Linux.
The first wy is to use the Quickpet application. Basically the Quickpet application provides a tabbed display split into catogries. The other way to install applications is via the Install icon on the desktop. The Install application not only enables you to create installation media for Mind Guard Linux it also provides links to the Puppy Package Manager.
The Puppy Package Manager is a fairly standard application. There is a list of repositories to choose from in the top left corner and below that a list of package types. In the centre is a list of categories. Selecting a category changes the list of applications in the right pane. The first thing you should notice is that Mind Guard Linux boots insanely fast even on the oldest of computers.
The screen is split into a number of different sections. At the bottom is a standard panel with a menu and quick launch icons for showing the desktop, opening the web browser and opening a terminal. Next to the quick launch icons are the virtual workspace icons. In the bottom right corner are icons for the firewall, clipboard manager, power settings, network settings, storage, audio settings and a clock.
There are lots of icons on the desktop. There is one Save icon on the screen. This icon saves any changes you have made since the last savepoint to the save file. Mind Guard Linux provides a whole host of tools for customizing the desktop including a wallpaper changer, theme changer, theme maker, icon changer, etc. Mind Guard Linux is like a swiss army knife of small Linux tools.
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