Put Fedora 9 on a USB Stick [Linux]

24 05 2008

A little bit ago, the people over at Lifehacker published a great article on putting the latest version of Fedora on a 1GB+ USB thumb drive. The steps are abut as simple as can be. All that’s necessary is for the user to download the live-usb creator, extract it and run it. Also, the program allows you to allocate how much space you want available to save applications/files to your USB drive (its titled “Persistent Overlay”). If you still don’t feel comfortable doing it, you can check out the whole article and tips for problem-solving here.

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24 05 2008
Put Fedora 9 on a USB Stick [Linux]

[…] unknown wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptA little bit ago, the people over at Lifehacker published a great article on putting the latest version of Fedora on a 1GB+ USB thumb drive. The steps are abut as simple as can be. All that’s necessary is for the user to download the … […]

24 05 2008
Put Fedora 9 on a USB Stick [Linux]

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20 06 2008
Leastways

Somehow i missed the point. Probably lost in translation 🙂 Anyway … nice blog to visit.

cheers, Leastways!!

16 12 2008
goda

very good and very useful blog

i ‘m in need of this blog really !

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