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I think most ITX boards can boot from USB, but I guess that doesn't help much... You can use the advice from andutt's quote and make a boot floppy with ...
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    I think most ITX boards can boot from USB, but I guess that doesn't help much... You can use the advice from andutt's quote and make a boot floppy with the kernel and in initrd, though, which uses the USB drive as its root filesystem.

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    Puppy Linux fits in about 50-60 Mb

    http://www.goosee.com/puppy/

    Smart boot Manager might support usb. I read somewhere it does but can't find it on the homepage.

    http://btmgr.sourceforge.net/
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