UPDATE ** Re: Live Distro and USB Drive...?
Date: Tue, 22 Jun 2004 14:01:29 +1000
One and All,
Just the last few days research and I have found some nice sites, there is a
lot out there but no 'real info' about live Distros and definate information
about how to create your own.
Anyway, this is the stuff that I have found useful in my search:
The Mandrake Distro I had head about is called 'MandrakeMove' Distro and you
can even buy it from the company with the disc AND a USB drive if you like!
Or what about this? A Distro of linux that fits onto a 50Mb Business Card
size CD Rom? Neat wouldnt you say? Linux in your wallet! It's called
Or if you are a little more technically minded, Im getting there but the
learning curve isnt as steep as I expected, you can create a 'Live' distro
of ur own from the BASH scripts and links on this page!
Thats just a start for me anyway - its going to take me a while to get my
own project together, but when I do, Ill let u all know.
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