TechRadar takes Fedora 9 and Ubuntu 8.10 and installs them on USB flash drives.
You’ll need a flash drive with at least 1GB of free space, and ISO images of either Ubuntu 8.10 or Fedora 9. It’s likely there are other distros out there that work with similar or perhaps even identical instructions, but Ubuntu and Fedora are the big two so we stuck with them.
2 Replies to “How to run Linux from a USB drive”
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Wow, that didn’t really help. How are you supposed to use ubuntu on a thumbdrive. I downloaded Ubuntu onto a thumdrive, but now what do I do?
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