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    If I have a USB memory key, will Linux have the drivers for the key, like Windows, or will it be a little harder?

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    It depends. What USB device is it?

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    A Sandisk or Sundisk?? I cannot remember which. Do either sound familiar?? Sorry.

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    you might have to edit your 'fstab; but some dont have to do anything at all, it just mounts on the desktop.(assuming your using a gui) in commandline, its a little more diffucult, but mandrake defaults to a gui.
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