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Linux Windows Installer delivers a lightweight package that makes it possible for you to deploy a Linux derivative on Windows-based computers.
Practically, it assists you in packaging a new installer for Puppy Linux that can be easily launched on Windows and uninstalled via the 'Add and Remove Programs' / 'Programs and Features' section in the Control Panel.
In order to build an installer, you are required to update your ISO disk image with a list of files and then edit the 'Settings. nsh' file by following the provided instructions. Then, you must launch NSIS and drag the 'main.nsi' file into its main window. Once you do so, the installer is generated and placed in the same location as the 'main' file.
Linux Windows Installer enables you to deploy multiple Puppy Linux distributions, while supporting their quick removal, if needed. The distribution can be set up on Windows 98, 2000, and XP.
There are many advantages to redistributing a Linux derivative this way. First of all, one doesn't need to burn an ISO file to disk, which can take a significant amount of time. Furthermore, no CD and no USB storage device is required for deployment.
Secondly, the master boot record is not affected at all, since Grub is not installed in that sector of the hard drive. Instead, you create an installer that is compatible with SFS files, which can be easily removed. Moreover, the Grub boot screen can also be erased, so your system will instantly launch Windows.
Linux Windows Installer enables you to create a backup of your Linux distribution by copying the pup_save file to a secure location.







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Linux Windows Installer automatically packages the Puppy Linux derivative (including pup_sfs) and places the generated installer (.exe) and pup_save files into a file.
Once the above file has been extracted, a Windows installer is created in the ‘Main’ folder. To avoid overwriting the existing files, the’settings.nsi’ file is first edited by following the on-screen instructions. Once that step is completed, the installer can be run by simply double-clicking on it.
The’main.nsi’ file is first checked, in order to verify the version of Puppy Linux derivative that you are using. Then, the required files and folders are listed, so that their contents can be copied into the new Linux derivative. After the files are listed, the main parameters can be entered. By default, it is set to 4 GB, which is enough for most of the packages.
You can add new packages to the build, just by dragging and dropping them into the ‘Targets’ list. The generated installer can then be extracted to the intended location.
The final step is to modify the ‘options.txt’ file, which stores the required parameters for the’main.nsi’ file. The following instructions are used to create an image of Windows, based on an ISO file.
This is achieved by searching for a Windows image on your hard drive and extracting its ‘image.nsh’ and ‘image.cfg’ files to a ‘Temp’ folder. Then, the Linux Windows Installer creates a series of files and folders that can be used on Windows 98, 2000 and XP. Note that a separate image.nsh and image.cfg file is required for every version of Windows, even though they can have identical commands.
For example, here is the ‘image.nsh’ file that is used on Windows 98:
;== Every Windows installation has the same commands
!include « LogicLib.nsh »
!define Arch « x86″
!define WinDir « Win »
!define WinVer « Windows98″
!define WinName « Windows98″
!define WinSize « 320,200 »
!define Win_Class « WIN98″
!define Win_AppName « MyWindows98″
!define Win_AppMsg « Hello, Windows98″
!define Win_LogoFile « mydesktop

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The’main.nsi’ file contains a list of files to be distributed in the distribution. In order to include the files, do the following:

1. Drag the’main.nsi’ file into the main window of the NSIS application. A file list will appear and you can drag and drop the files into the list.

2. After you have filled the main.nsi file, you will receive a message informing you that the installation is complete and that you may now launch Linux Windows Installer.

If you have any problems with the files, feel free to re-format the ISO disk image and then re-insert it into your CD/DVD drive.

In order to remove Linux Windows Installer from your computer, you must simply launch Add/Remove Programs in the Windows Control Panel, and then ‘Show/hide all programs’, followed by ‘Uninstall’. The Puppy Linux packages will then be removed.

Linux Windows Installer has been tested to be 100% compatible with Puppy Linux 2.13 Stable and 2.14 Stable. It has also been tested to be compatible with the following other Linux distributions: Knoppix 3.0 Beta 2, Knoppix 3.0 Beta 3, OpenKnoppix-Nano, Puppy Linux 3.04.2, and Puppy Linux 3.13.

Linux Windows Installer is compatible with the following Puppy Linux feature:

– ‘Add and Remove Programs’.

Linux Windows Installer has been tested to be 100% compatible with Puppy Linux 2.13 Stable and 2.14 Stable. It has also been tested to be compatible with the following other Linux distributions: Knoppix 3.0 Beta 2, Knoppix 3.0 Beta 3, OpenKnoppix-Nano, Puppy Linux 3.04.2, and Puppy Linux 3.13.

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1. Linux Windows Installer version 1.0
2. Supported Operating Systems: Windows 98, 2000, XP
3. Content list updated to version 2.0
4. Contents list is included in the master.nsi file
5. The option to copy the pup_save file is removed
6. Replaced start menu icon with a new one
7. Corrected the name of pup_save file (it wasn’t correct)
8. Corrected the name of the generated directory
9. Corrected settings instructions
10. Included example files for configuring Linux Windows Installer – Examples
11. Released version on this page for comments and suggestions
12. Current version is updated to version 2.0
13. Created – 20.04.2004
1.0. Start of development
2. Supported Operating Systems: Windows 98, 2000, XP
3. You have to unpack the poot distro to check the new application files
4. It would be better to zip the folders, but it’s not the case. Currently, there are no ZIP packages
5. Some parts of the application are not yet finished. Namely, the files copying
6. Name the folder as « c:\\install.exe »
7. Put it on c:\\ and then run c:\install.exe
9. Make a backup copy of the original files
10. Put your main distro in « c:\\pup »
11. Put the backup in « c:\\pup-backup »
12. Run c:\pup-backup\pup_save.txt
13. Run the command « c:\install.exe »
14. Run Windows Add/Remove Programs
15. If you have an error, follow the instructions
16. Delete any installed version of Linux
17. Burn an ISO or make a back-up of the iso file

1.0. I’m sure there are errors
2. Use the wizard not the command
3. Use the wizard to automatically detect the partition
4. I haven’t tested with a 2nd installation
5. The Wizard was updated to do all of this
6. It is now possible to choose the partition
7. Backup the pup_save file

I recently made a few mods to Linux Windows Installer (the basic installer that creates pup_

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After you have built the installer from the Custom folder, you can run it on an appropriate OS that supports the new distribution. The NSIS version 2.30 can be downloaded from the following link:

There are many advantages to using Linux Windows Installer.
Firstly, it creates a bootable installer that is compatible with SFS files.
Secondly, you can easily remove it, which makes recovery extremely simple.
Thirdly, it supports many Linux distributions that can be easily removed at any time.
The installer can be created from the Custom folder located within the Linux Windows Installer package. To build the installer, click on the lw_project_nsis.exe program. This will launch the NSIS application. Once the program starts, drag the main.nsi file into its main window. Then, you can proceed to select the ‘run’ option, which will start the build process. In the next step, select a Linux distribution.

See Also:

Install Linux Pups in Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP (Windows 98), Vista (Windows 2000), or 7 (Windows XP) – page 4
Easy Linux Installation on Windows – page 4
How to use Linux to take advantage of your Windows PC – page 8
What is Linux Windows Installer? – page 8
Package Linux Pups in Windows – page 9

You can also use Linux OS installer in Puppy Linux?

To download an.iso file of Puppy Linux OS released today, you can follow this link:

1. Go to download page.
2. Click here to download.
3. Open window « Save the file to disk ».
4. Save the file on your disk.
5. Open the file in the same way you downloaded it.
6. Check the box « Run Puppy Linux ».
7. Click the « Start! » button.

You can download the file from the following link:


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I worked on the OS for quite a long time, while correcting many of the errors that a beginner might encounter.

My modifications include:
-Corrected fstab, cat/mounting the CD – if you need help, ask.
-Detecting auto-detected Grub on the MBR (instead of LBA) – the script in the package is for XP-specific.
-Added an option for burning Grub to the CD

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