My question is simple, I've got a USB Flash Drive with 128MB and I can run files from it when it's mounted in any OS. Well then being 128MB more than enough space is it possible to install a very stripped Linux on it with very general drivers so that I can always use most common pc's resources like keyb, mouse, screen, cdrom, floppy, internet, CPU, RAM, etc. ? and most importantantly is it bootable?
I was thinking of something like embebed Linux. When I'd boot the computer I'm on with it connected to the USB the Linux would then start, giving me a computer which to me is always the same independently of the machine I'm on. Wouldn't it be kewl!??