First, I want to talk about my first impression and experience with Porteus v.3.2.2
1) Super fast. Either running on CD or installing to HD. Impressive!
It delivers what it promises!
Now, I know it's not the system's fault, just an issue I forgot!
Porteus is a portable system. Then use that LiveCd file system and etc ... As a type of compression, or other extension of installed programs.
I know this because once I added programs to a LiveCD and for that I had to use a special method, different from downloading a slackware package on the internet and installing.
So I'd like to know if it's possible to install Porteus on the hard drive in the traditional way with the unzipped, separated programs, naturally. So I can download a package and install it in a natural way.
As I said earlier, my idea is to use Porteus as my Main S.O. And I would not want to have the job of preparing packages for installation on Porteus. I would just download and install, be they source code or packages .txz
If I'm talking nonsense here, I'm sorry, I'm new to Linux and I do not understand much, I'm still learning!