Linux on USB
i'm trying to get a linux build that has the autodetect features of a
live cd, and will run off a USB key, but I would like to be able to add
users and apps like a "proper" install.
I've tried DSL, and it seems close, but its the installing and taking
forward thats confusing me (I like Fedora and yum - cant get to grips
with the module thing on DSL)
- Re: Satellite Internet
... I have the 1mb service and my downloads average 800 or better. ... Not like my DSL back home but tolerable and usable. ... Hughes' FAP policy only puts you in for 24 hours. ... They won't install a SLAM. ...
- Re: OT: Alternate ISPs
... glad to hear that a phone and dongle can co-exist on the same ... the install kit and that the kit includes a Y dongle for the PC and a ... homes using the EL DSL feed? ... wiring up phone jacks but have zero practical experience with DSL ...
- Re: Preparing for new install - Questions
... IP on the external SBS NIC in the range the router uses. ... I have DSL at home. ... You need to plug the NICs (I usually set static IPs on them ... I'm preparing to set up an SBS Standard R2 install on a new server I ...
- Re: head && auditdistd
... I see no need to run 'mergemaster' if one installs world and kernel into ... again and the netbook boots fine from the produced USB key (having all ... How to install a booting FreeBSD onto an USB key as /dev/da0: ... use mdconfigto make a memory disk of this file and mountit; ...
- Re: bouncing connection and a netgear router..
... they've added a phone somewhere and forgot to install a microfilter. ... and running a dedicated pair to the DSL modem. ... Another all too common problem is the flat "station" ...