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Fedora on a USB Drive

Filed under: Fun Work,Geek Work,Linux — Posted by the Network Geek during the Hour of the Tiger which is terribly early in the morning or 5:34 am for you boring, normal people.
The moon is a First Quarter Moon

If you think Fedora is just a hat, the rest of this may not matter to you…

However, if you recognize that the Fedora Project is the free version of RedHat Linux, you might be interested in this. With the latest version of Fedora, there was a little something tucked away in the wiki about making a “live” version of Fedora on a USB key. You can download this little application and use it to totally automate getting a live, bootable version of the latest Fedora on the USB key of your choosing with hardly any work at all.
If you’ve ever had any interest in carrying Linux around in your pocket, grab this and try it out!


  1. That’s is so cool!

    Comment by Jenn — 7/10/2008 @ 8:06 am

  2. Yeah, it’s been a little while since I posted anything with geek cred, so I thought it was about time!

    Comment by the Network Geek — 7/10/2008 @ 8:58 am

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