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  1. #11
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    There have been a few articles about this issue, one of them I found pretty informative is this one from Ars Technica

  2. #12
    Would be pretty good if you could get a complete system on a 512mb stick, could have a couple of systems for less than 100, and depending what you want to do, just plug the right stick in.

    I wonder if one day, all hardware will be the ssame, and people will just carry round there O/S and files, plug in and go. I suppose by then networks will be so fast u wont even bother carrying it arround. And potatoes will come in 5 different flavours, including diet potatoe....

  3. #13

    Linux on a USB stick

    This site looks like they've done it:
    http://featherlinux.berlios.de/usb-instructions.htm

    Gotta love open source

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  5. #14
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    ZipSlack is created specifically for this purpose, and is available from slackware.com

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