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Thread: How to install via a Flashdrive

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    Chayy NNTP User

    Default How to install via a Flashdrive

    I am new to this Linux world and I am going to be getting a netbook for college. They don't have the greatest power so I was going to run Linux on it. I have used openSUSE before and like it. I haven't had much experience in the ins and outs of the terminal IO but I do know a few things about computers in general. So my question is, what is the easiest way to get openSUSE loaded onto a netbook that has no optical drive? I would like a walkthrough of how to change a liveCD version of linux into a liveFlashdrive, if you know what I mean.

    Well thank you.

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    Default Re: How to install via a Flashdrive

    No walk thru I'm afraid
    But use this to create a bootable live cd on a flash drive: UNetbootin - Homepage and Downloads

    There is a list of distro's available by default. I would try one that way. Some users have had problems with openSUSE, but I understand that is from manually downloaded .iso's
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