How to Put Linux on a USB Drive

pcworld : A flash drive is one of the single most useful tools a person can own. With it you can back up critical data, transport large files, rescue a malware-infested PC, and even run an entire operating system. Regarding this last option, a while back I explained how to put Windows 8 on a flash drive. (It works with Windows 7, too.) Today, let's talk about putting Linux on a flash drive.

Why would you want to do that? Two reasons: to see how the other half lives, so to speak, and to create a rescue tool that can work around nearly any Windows-related disaster.

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Sobari3879d ago

I installed Lubuntu on my laptop a few months ago using a 2 GB USB drive that I had lying around. It's pretty awesome.

Jihaad_cpt3879d ago

its on the Ubuntu website when you download it.

monkey nuts3879d ago

I'm running open suse on my vaio, and apart from needing to authenticate the account every time I need to use the internet ( a bug maybe?) its been great. If it wasn't for vista dying slow death and trying to recover itself every other start up I'd never have known how fast linux was/ is.