LiveUSB Creator, it's a wonderful thing. Connect a USB key, get the LiveUSB Creator on your PC (Windows or "Linux"), point it either to a local .iso file for a Fedora live CD or let it download the version you want for you, click go, and shazzam! (yes, "shazzam") You've now got a bootable Fedora USB key. And if you gave it a block of persistent storage, you've got, well, persistent storage to use in this OS for data files etc.
Thursday, 1 October 2009
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