[Novalug] Making a bootable USB stick???
greg at pryzby.org
Thu Apr 10 08:25:12 EDT 2008
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I have NOT heard of a Universal Binary for Linux, does one exist?
In the Mac world (I know! what can I say?) there are universal binaries
that run on PPC or Intel-- the same binary (OS also) runs on different
I know NOTHING about this, except that it works. Anyone know if someone
is working on something like this for Linux?
a USB key that would work on any hardware (well, PPC and Intel to start)
sounds good to me :)
Raul Parra wrote:
> I have the same 8 GB USB stick from Microcenter and loaded DSL on it -
> with the boot/os taking ~50MB it still leaves a lot of storage.
> On Wed, Apr 9, 2008 at 11:05 PM, Rich Goodwin <rich.goodwin at cox.net
> <mailto:rich.goodwin at cox.net>> wrote:
> Anyone done this?? Suggested do's/don'ts???
> I have an 8GB stick ($30 from Microcenter) and plan to try to build a
> bootable stick soon... thus recommendations are appreciated
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