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Linux On A Stick: Fedora 9 Puts Your Desktop on a USB Drive

20 May 2008 636 supporters No Comment

This week’s release of Fedora 9 makes carrying a full-fledged Linux desktop around on a USB drive a three-click affair. Even better, you don’t need Linux installed to create it, you can leave the data on your thumb drive untouched, and any files you create or settings you tweak remain in place the next time you boot up.

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