UPDATE: Fixed broken urls.

Finally! I got the second version (much better than the first) finished and ready for public testing and use.

Pup2p has:
* I2P 0.7.4-3 (with GUI)
* i2pfox csb2
* I2Phex 3.2.0.103.0 (sorry couldn’t get 3.2.6.106.0 to work)
* iMule 1.4.4 (doesn’t currently work, dependency issues)
* QT Chat 0.2.10 beta
* eepgetx – A Xdialog frontend to eepget I did

All above have been configured to run under the user “spot”. The rest of the OS runs as root.

There is an ISO and a .PET package.

The ISO can be downloaded and burned to a CD. It then can be booted and ran from the CD.

The .PET requires you get the default Puppy Linux ISO, burn it to a CD, boot it, then install the .PET and restart X.

NOTES: In this version, iMule doesn’t work. You may can get it to work if you fulfill its dependencies. Also, to connect to the internet, click the “connect” icon on the desktop and choose your card and auto DHCP (unless you know what you are doing). You must setup your internet on Puppy before you start I2P or it’s a waste of time.

Important Links:
http://www.censorshipsucksballs.com/downloads/pup2p/pubkey.txt
http://www.censorshipsucksballs.com/downloads/pup2p/pup2p_2_-421.iso.asc
http://www.censorshipsucksballs.com/downloads/pup2p/pup2p_2_-421.iso.md5
http://www.censorshipsucksballs.com/downloads/pup2p/pup2p-2.pet.asc
http://www.censorshipsucksballs.com/downloads/pup2p/pup2p-2.pet.md5
http://forum.i2p/viewtopic.php?t=3658

Instructions for ISO:
1. Download ISO:
http://www.censorshipsucksballs.com/downloads/pup2p/pup2p_2_-421.iso

2. Burn it to a CD (On Windows I suggest BurnCDCC, on Linux, most CD burning applications have “burn image to disk” or “burn ISO to disk” or similar).

3. Stick the CD in your CD-ROM tray or similar and reboot.

4. Once you get to the Puppy Linux Desktop, click the start button, shut down and then click reboot. You will be asked if you want to save, say yes. Choose the largest size on the list and choose the drive you want the save file to be on then wait for it to finish. When it’s done, you can choose to copy the CD files to the drive to speed up booting.

5. Boot using the LiveCD again. This boot may be a little slow, the following boots will be much faster. Once at the desktop again, all the I2P related app icons are on the desktop. Only use the icons on the desktop to run the apps, otherwise they will run as root.

Instructions for the .PET:
1. Download the .PET:
http://www.censorshipsucksballs.com/downloads/pup2p/pup2p-2.pet

2. Download the official Puppy ISO (only 4.2.1 has been tested) and burn it to a CD (On Windows I suggest BurnCDCC, on Linux, most CD burning applications have “burn image to disk” or “burn ISO to disk” or similar).

3. Stick the CD in your CD-ROM tray or similar and reboot.

4. Once you get to the Puppy Linux Desktop, click the start button, shut down and then click reboot. You will be asked if you want to save, say yes. Choose the largest size on the list and choose the drive you want the save file to be on then wait for it to finish. When it’s done, you can choose to copy the CD files to the drive to speed up booting.

5. Boot using the LiveCD again. This boot may be a little slow, the following boots will be much faster. Once at the desktop again, download or get the .PET package of Pup2p. Click on it and it will install. Then click the start button, shutdown, then click advanced and click restart X. After it finished, the icons should show on the desktop.