[kwlug-disc] transfer

Bob Jonkman bjonkman at sobac.com
Sun May 30 12:18:23 EDT 2010


And I found http://cloudusb.net/ , which may be just the ticket for 
Linux on USB with persistent storage.

--Bob.

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On Sat, 29 May 2010 at 14:05, Bob Jonkman <bjonkman at sobac.com> wrote 
about Re: [kwlug-disc] transfer:
> 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.
>
> --Bob.
>
> On Sat, 29 May 2010 at 12:48, Shane <shane.msg at gmail.com> wrote about 
> [kwlug-disc] transfer:
>> 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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