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I downloaded the OpenSUSE 11.2 Live KDE Distribution. I want to put it on a USB Flash Drive that is bootable so that I can boot from it when necessary. ...
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    Setting up OpenSUSE 11.2 Live CD on a USB Drive


    I downloaded the OpenSUSE 11.2 Live KDE Distribution. I want to put it on a USB Flash Drive that is bootable so that I can boot from it when necessary.
    What is the best way to do this? I am a newbie to Linux so only know about downloading it and burning a CD. Thank you.

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    Try

    UNetbootin - Homepage and Downloads

    There is both a Windows and Linux version.

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    I agree, unetbootin allows for very simple installs of most major versions/distros to USB or HD. IF you have Linux already installed, you can probably install unetbootin from your system repos.
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    It tells you how to do it here at openSuse.
    But I think you probably need a linux system to do it.
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    Full instructions for 11.2 are here:
    Live USB stick - openSUSE

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