Linked by David Adams on Sun 9th Nov 2008 07:16 UTC, submitted by Vincent
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu As you have probably noticed, new versions have arrived of Ubuntu, Xubuntu and other derivatives. One of the most exciting new features has received far less publicity than it deserves - the ability to 'install' it onto your USB flash drive with just a few clicks. The advantages are obvious: just plug your flash drive into a computer and run your favourite operating system. What's more, everything you do - installing applications, saving documents, editing preferences - will be saved to your flash drive and will be available to you every time you run it! The best news is that it's astoundingly easy: all it takes is a few clicks.
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RE[2]: live usb creator
by knightrider on Mon 10th Nov 2008 17:27 UTC in reply to "RE: live usb creator"
knightrider
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I doubt that. Red Hat's usb creator works with other distros as well. This thing is natural progression. We have to remember that live cd's started out being installable on hard drives. So this was the next step.

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