bjonkman at sobac.com
Sat May 29 14:05:38 EDT 2010
Ubuntu has a feature to turn any CD/DVD or .ISO image into a bootable
USB key: "System, Administration, USB Startup Disk Creator". It's the
easiest solution for any Live CD image. I've used it to create a Debian
install USB, as well as working installations of Mint and Ubuntu Lucid
Lynx -- the Creator provides persistent storage on the USB key so that
settings and documents are preserved between sessions.
On Sat, 29 May 2010 at 12:48, Shane <shane.msg at gmail.com> wrote about
> Here is an interesting question and I think it is possible but I'm not certain.
> Is it possible to install Linux from a CD directly to a flash device. He doesn't want to install it onto the computer until he is comfortable with using it. He doesn't want to run the Linux installation from the CD because he has data that he wants to store as a test of the "Linux system."
> I have told him about dual boot but he doesn't want to go that route.
> It's not the size of the dog in the fight, it's the size of the fight in the dog.
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