Unfortunately I am too nooby to get such things.
I mean, is that one less vulnerable to shut down problems?
I have Ulteo now and that one has no such problems while
my wubi installed Ubuntu Hardy has.
the Fedora's Live USB-Creator uses Fedora 9 if I get it.
Does that one have less problem with unusual hardware?
I have intel chipset 910 in my Packard Bell Easynote A6
Laptop and I have intel 915 in my Barebone from Aopen.
Do I understant correctly that the Fedora's Live USB-Creator
need one to reboot into the usb drive so it is not really
compatible with using at internet cafe or at a friends computer
or at work cause why would they allow you to reboot?
While if you had an Ulteo VD on a mem stick that one works
co-linux style so no boot is needed. Like starting any
Could anyone explain to me please?
Link to a Fedora related site?
Yes me have read several pages of text on it but it is
too technical for somebody not an experienced linux user.