This basic installation already contains the PSKmail server and client.
To store changes and data, and to install the additional ham apps, you need a 'save file', an image on some
storage device (windows drive, linux partition, USB stick) to be able to save your configuration data,
logs, etc... This is also necessary before you add .sfs files to your puppy.
In case you want to use puppy on a USB stick, you can use the whole stick
to put your .iso and the data. A 1 GB stick is normally sufficient...
Reboot puppy (via the menu bottom left), puppy asks where to put the 'save file'
Choose a partition and follow the istructions to make a 512 MB Ext2 file
When puppy is up again, download hamapps_511-sfs4.sfs and copy it to the same partition as the save file
Goto Menu->System->Boot manager to configure bootup, i.e. which .sfs files you want to add.
Choose hamapps_511-sfs4.sfs (you can choose more than 1...)
Reboot again (last time....)
At every successive boot, the .sfs files will now be merged with the basic puppy,
but it will not take your memory away until you run the apps...
Now some new icons may be there also, but they don't necessary look nice...
You will find prettier ones in the /root/my-applications/icons directory. E.g.:
Right-click on the gcmwin icon
Goto 'File 'gcmwin' and 'Set icon'
Drag the gcmwin icon from /root/my-applications/icons to the widget