Looking for a way to boot linux from USB drive? Then you’re in luck, I found just the right website for your, It’s pendrivelinux.com. The website lists tutorials on how to boot various GNU/Linux distributions out from USB drive.
The tutorial is easy and simple to use, and currently features :
- Knoppix Linux
- Damn Small Linux
However, most of the tutorial assume you have 1GB USB, bios that can boot from USB drive and some basic Linux skills. The website also feature online store which sells preloaded Linux USB drive at an affordable price.
Visit PenDriveLinux.com for more information
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