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Run Slackware (Exton|Defender and Exton-Slack) from a USB stick and save all system changes

Posted 03-13-2013 at 01:56 PM by exton

I have made new versions of Exton-Slack 14.0 version 130217 and Exton|Defender version 121120. The new versions can as before be run from a USB stick. The difference now is that any changes you make to the Systems (including upgrades and new software installations) are automatically saved on the stick. You will thus be quite portable, because the Systems on the stick (of course) can run on any “normal” computer.

I’ve kept the old file names (exton-slack-64bit-kde410-906mb-130217.iso and exton-defender-32bit-1360mb-121120.zip) in order not to destroy any current links to the files.
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