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Old 07-16-2008, 02:05 AM   #1
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linux/bsd,,, usb stick

ok, i really want to install linux on a usb stick.
what linux/bsd distributions would be a good idea to put on a usb stick.?
I want it to be fast and furious- on any computer
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puppy linux: - fast and furious
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Both Slax and Mepis installers are happy to put their distros into any USB memory device.
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Even DSL. Its a good distro to be put on usb stick. You can even order one stick preloaded with DSL from


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