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i have an old computer without a harddrive, and about 56mb of RAM, what would be the best distribution to run only from a flash drive? i will only be ...
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    Run linux from flash drive only


    i have an old computer without a harddrive, and about 56mb of RAM, what would be the best distribution to run only from a flash drive? i will only be using this computer for playing music in my room from my external HD(which is solely for music)

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    Ok, I will tell you Very easy way to do it.

    • Many distros can be installed on pen drive.
    • But you need a lightweight one. and also want to play music.
    • Most distros do not come with all multimedia codecs. and cant be remastered quickly.

    What you need is PUPPY Linux. You can download Offical release or a Puplet which is a remaster.

    Once you boot up you can easily use Universal Installer to install puppy on a USB.
    Which is a Full install
    Or
    You can download UNetbootin for Linux or Windows. to create a Live pen drive.
    Run the Program, Select the downloaded ISO and plug-in your pendrive
    and you are done.
    Never make any misteaks.

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