Underdog is going to be available as part of woof2
I have modified the 'init' script in the initramfs, in Woof, so this feature will be in the next Puppy built with latest Woof.
I seem to remember something similar (I don't remember it as part of Underdog) that allowed me to create a 'tunnel' into Vector Linux on my HD, whilst using Puppy booting from CD.
In effect it allowed the same effect: Run KDE and Vector Linux programs from the Puppy boot.
I remember it was a few lines of code on the command line and may have been pre-Underdog.
Maybe someone can remember or know how this is done in other distros?
It was really amazing, Barry was using Vector Linux to compile with (one of the reasons I had it on my system) So it was pre dev-x
I remember at the time it seemed very cool but it was a long time ago and we may not have been running the Murga forum, but I remember writing about it . . .
possibly it was part of my news reports which have been archived somewhere
If this is part of woof2 then theoretically it would run on ARM, meaning we could have access to another distro whilst offering the more efficient Puppy code for most usage . . .
If this works in whatever form
we can have our cake and everyone elses
OK gonna see if I can find any details in the archives . . .