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09 May 2010

Universal USB Installer – Easy as 1 2 3 | USB Pen Drive Linux

Universal USB Installer – Easy as 1 2 3 Universal USB Installer is a Live Linux USB Creator that allows you to choose from a selection of Linux Distributions to put on your USB Flash Drive. The Universal USB Installer is easy to use. Simply choose a Live Linux Distribution, the ISO file, your Flash Drive and, Click Install. Other features include; Persistence (if available), and the ability to format the flash drive (recommended) to ensure a clean install. Upon completion, you should have a ready to run bootable USB Flash Drive with your select Linux version installed. Universal USB Installer Screenshot

Put Kubuntu 10.04 on a Flash Drive using Windows | USB Pen Drive Linux

Put Kubuntu 10.04 on a Flash Drive using Windows Put Kubuntu 10.04 on a Flash Drive using Windows: Kubuntu 10.04 code named "Lucid Lynx", is a fork of Ubuntu, offered by Canonical Ltd, that utilizes a KDE desktop environment. KDE is often preferred over Gnome for it's visual appearance and Windows familiar functionality. In the following tutorial, we cover a simple way to install Kubuntu 10.04 to a USB Flash Drive using Windows and our Universal USB Installer. Once finished, your Flash Drive will act as a Live Kubuntu 10.04 USB, that could be used in place of a Live CD.

07 May 2010

Create a DreamLinux USB Flash Drive from CD | USB Pen Drive Linux

Create a DreamLinux USB Flash Drive from CD How to Create a DreamLinux Flash Drive using the Persistent Dreamlinux Installer while running from the Live CD. DreamLinux is a remix based on Debian Linux that features useful applications like Firefox, Thunderbird, Inkscape, Gimp, Open Office, Pidgin, Evince, Gthumb, Xsane, Avant-Window-Navigator, Engage, Rhythmbox, SoundJuicer, SoundConverter, Totem Media Player, Avidemux, EasyTag, Brasero and more. Upon completion of this tutorial, you should end up with a USB DreamLinux Flash Drive that makes use of a persistence feature to save your changes and restore them on subsequent boots. DreamLinux Desktop Screenshot Dreamlinux Desktop Screenshot Distribution Home Page: DreamLinux Minimum Flash Drive Capacity: 2GB Persistent Feature: Yes Essentials to create a DreamLinux Flash Drive * DreamLinux CD * Working CD/DVD Drive * 2GB USB Flash Drive DreamLinux USB Install via the Persistent Dream Script 1. Download DreamLinux Desktop Edition 3.5 XFCE ISO 2. Burn the ISO to a CD and restart your PC, booting from the CD 3. (1) Click the Persistent Dream shortcut from the Desktop (2) Click Next Persistent Dream Installer 4. (1) Type the size of partition you wish to use for DreamLinux (2) Click OkSet DreamLinux Partition Size 5. Once the partition has been setup, Click Next Once Dreamlinux partition has been created, click Next 6. You should see a percentage indicator displaying progress. One the script has finished, Click Done Dreamlinux USB Install Done 7. Shutdown Dreamlinux, Remove the CD, Reboot your computer setting your BIOS or Boot Menu to boot from the USB device. If all goes well, you should now be running Dreamlinux from your USB device. Posted under: Flash drive installs using Live CD Related Portable Linux Posts * No related Portable Linux posts yet. Disclaimer * Portable Linux Categories

24 April 2010

Bring the power of portable software to your USB flash drive - make it a U3 smart drive!

Hot Topics Microsoft Vista: What you must know before you upgrade Launchpad 1. The U3 Launchpad doesn't run. What should I do? 2. How can I prevent the U3 Launchpad from running automatically? 3. How do I uninstall U3 from my flash drive? 4. Does U3 support Vista? Windows 98? Mac? 5. Can I use U3 on my regular USB flash drive? 6. Can I install my own software on a U3 smart drive and run it from the U3 Launchpad? 7. How can I get upgrades for the U3 Launchpad? Can't find your question? Check out the FAQ page or browse the U3 knowledge base. 1. The U3 Launchpad doesn't run. What should I do? Here are the two most frequent reasons that cause the U3 Launchpad not to run: Software conflict: Some CD-ROM or DVD burning softwares conflict with the U3 Launchpad, causing it not to run. In some cases these software programs continuously attempt to access the U3 drive and cause the computer to slow down or freeze. Programs known to conflict with the U3 Launchpad are listed below: * B's Clip (from BHA) * Data Add 2.0 (Ulead) * DirectCD (from Adaptec/Roxio) * InCD and Nero 7.0 * PacketCD (from CeQuadrat) * RecordNow MAX, MyCD, PrimoCD, PrimoDVD and DLA (from Veritas) * Write DVD! (from Software Architects)

Bring the power of portable software to your USB flash drive - make it a U3 smart drive!

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BeSmart - Powered by U3 Smart Technology Meet the next generation of USB flash drives: the U3 smart drive. It's what's inside that makes them smart. * Carry and access your files easily * Keep your data safe and secure * Comes with pre-loaded software * Hundreds of software titles available View Video View Demo * Windows Vista, XP, & 2000 Cruzer U3 SanDisk USB Driver SanDisk U3 Flash Drive

Bring the power of portable software to your USB flash drive - make it a U3 smart drive!

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Meet the next generation of USB flash drives: the U3 smart drive. It's what's inside that makes them smart. * Carry and access your files easily * Keep your data safe and secure * Comes with pre-loaded software * Hundreds of software titles available SanDisk USB Driver SanDisk U3 Flash Drive U3 Software

03 April 2010

Boot and run Linux from a USB flash memory stick | USB Pen Drive Linux

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Boot and run Linux from a USB flash memory stick Bring your Favorite Portable Linux Desktop with you wherever you go NEW Universal USB Installer – Easy as 1 2 3 Portable USB Linux Desktop Screenshot with Compiz Install your favorite Linux operating system on a flash drive or USB key no larger than your thumb (Thumb Drive). Your Portable Linux operating system can then be run from any computer that can boot from a USB flash device, allowing you to bring your entire operating system, desktop, applications, files, email, personal settings, favorites, games and more with you. It’s your own personal operating system you can carry in your pocket. At Pendrivelinux, we provide simplified portable Linux flash drive installation tutorials and USB Linux installer scripts, making is easy for anyone to install, boot and run their favorite Linux from a flash pen drive! Linux flash USB installation tutorials USB Linux Flash Drive Creation from within Windows: * Popular MultiBoot USB Boot Multiple ISO Files from USB * Move a WUBI install to a USB Flash Drive * Put DBAN on a USB Flash Drive using Windows * Put Puppy Arcade on a USB Flash Drive using Windows * Run YlmF OS from a USB Flash Drive * Run a Ubuntu 9.10 Server Edition Install from USB * Put Ubuntu Rescue Remix 9.10 on USB using Windows * Put Gentoo 10.1 on a USB Flash Drive from Windows * Install Knoppix 6.2 to a USB Flash Drive using Windows * Put Linux Mint 8 on a USB Flash Drive from Windows * Install RIP Linux to a USB Flash Drive from Windows * Install SliTaz to a USB Flash Drive from Windows * Install Easy Peasy 1.5 to USB (Persistently save changes) * Install Clonezilla on USB Flash Drive * Boot an ISO from a USB Flash Drive * Install Simply Mepis 8 to a USB Flash Drive in Windows * Install Xubuntu 9.10 to a USB Flash Drive in Windows * Install Kubuntu 9.10 to a Flash Drive from Windows * Install Ubuntu 9.10 to a Flash Drive from Windows * Install Kiwi Linux to a Flash Drive using Windows * Install SLAX to a USB Flash Drive from Windows * Put Debian Live to a Flash Drive using Windows * Install Sugar on a Stick to a Flash Drive using Windows * Install Eeebuntu to a Flash Drive using Windows * Install Parted Magic to a USB Flash Drive using Windows * Put MooLux Linux on a Flash Drive from Windows * Install xPUD Linux to a USB Flash Drive using Windows * Install CrunchBang Linux to a Flash Drive using Windows * Install gOS to a USB Flash Drive using Windows * Install Fedora 9 10 11 to a Flash Drive in Windows * Put Knoppix 5.3.1 Linux on a Flash Drive using Windows * Install Damn Small Linux to a USB Stick using Windows * Install BackTrack Linux to a USB Flash Drive using Windows * Install CentOS to a Flash Thumb Drive using Windows * Install MCNLive to a USB Flash Drive using Windows * Ultimate Boot CD (UBCD) USB Flash Drive creation in Windows * Put Ubuntu 9.04 NetBook Remix to a Flash Drive in Windows USB Linux Flash Drive Creation from a running Live Linux CD: * Create a Linux Mint 8 USB Flash Drive from the Live CD * Create a Dreamlinux USB using the Live CD * Create a Simply MEPIS 8 USB Key using the Live CD * Create a Xubuntu 9.10 Flash Drive from the Linux CD * Create a Kubuntu 9.10 Flash Drive from the Linux CD * Create a Ubuntu 9.10 Flash Drive from the Linux CD * Make a Linux Mint 6 KDE Flash Drive from Linux Live CD * Make a MoonOS LXDE Flash Drive using the Linux CD * Make a CrunchBang Linux Flash Drive from the Live CD * Create a Knoppix 6.0 Linux Flash Drive using the Live CD * Put Knoppix Linux on a Flash Drive using the Live CD * Create a Portable SUSE USB Flash Drive via the Live CD * Install SUSE to a USB Hard Drive via the Linux Live CD * Create a gOS to a Flash Drive using the Live CD * Create a MCNLive USB Flash Drive using the Live CD * Put NimbleX on a USB Flash Drive using the Live CD * Install Puppy Linux to a Flash Drive via the Puppy CD Virtual Machine Emulation (Running Linux Within Windows): * Boot and Run Pendrivelinux 2009 inside 32bit Windows * Booting a USB Flash Drive in VirtualBox * Run a Portable VirtualBox from USB in Windows * Run Damn Small Linux in Windows without rebooting * Colinux Portable Ubuntu – Boot Ubuntu "Pubuntu" in Windows * Run SLAX from Windows without rebooting * Boot MCNLive from Windows without restarting * Run Knoppix Linux from Windows without rebooting * Run gOS from inside Windows without rebooting * Run a Live Linux CD from Windows without rebooting * Run a Live Linux ISO from Windows without rebooting USB Creators that Install Multiple Linux Distros on USB Linux Live USB Creator – Simple Live Linux USB Creation Use UNetbootin to create a Live Linux USB from Windows Use Fedora Live USB Creator to install Fedora or CentOS to USB * Portable Linux Categories

Ubuntu Full installation to an external USB Hard drive | USB Pen Drive Linux

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Installing Ubuntu 7.04 to a USB Hard Drive A complete Ubuntu install to a USB hard drive is a relatively simple process. As a matter of fact, it is almost as simple as a regular Ubuntu internal hard drive or compact flash card installation. Due to popular e-mail demand from our subscribers, we have decided to write a simple tutorial on the Ubuntu USB hard drive installation procedure. So go grab an available external USB hard drive and a nice cold beverage and lets get started. *Ubuntu is a product of Canonical Ltd Notes: Do be forewarned that this is a full installation (not a compressed Squashfs install) . Due to the extensive read and write operations of a full Linux install, you might want to use an external USB or Firewire Drive with a rotating platter instead of a Flash Drive. Full install Prerequisites: * 8 GB USB hard drive (note "rotating platter" we aren't talking about a flash drive here) * Backup any information on your USB hard drive (device will be formatted during the install process) * Ubuntu ISO (Ubuntu 7.04 was used in this tutorial) however 7.10 should work as well * CD Burner Installing Ubuntu to an external USB hard drive: 1. IMPORTANT: Ensure that all internal hard drives are disconnected from your computer during the install (pull your SATA or IDE cables) 2. Download the Ubuntu 7.04 ISO, burn it to a CD and restart your computer from the live CD 3. Once the Ubuntu Live system is up and running, navigate to System-> Preferences-> Removable Drives and Media and uncheck the following options: Mount removable drives when hot-plugged Mount removable media when inserted Browse removable media when inserted 4. Click the install Ubuntu icon from the desktop to begin the installation 5. At step four Prepare disk space, select the Guided-use entire disk option and elect to install to your USB hard drive: Prepare disk space - Full Ubuntu external hard drive install 6. When the installation has finished, select the option to restart-now 7. Boot into your system BIOS or Boot Menu and elect to boot from your USB Hard drive. If all goes well, you should now be booting into a full installation of Ubuntu from your portable USB device. ;) Posted under: Install Linux to a USB hard drive Related Portable Linux Posts * Pendrivelinux V1 install to a portable USB hard drive * Grub Error 21 after full install to USB hard drive * Use a Floppy to Boot USB Pendrive Linux * USB SUSE Installation to a USB Hard Drive Disclaimer * Portable Linux Categories