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Old 10th January 2007, 03:01 PM
drynish Offline
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Installing FC6 Live on a USB key

Hello!

Just want to know if there is an easy way to get FC6 Live on a usb key running instead of having to run it from a CD / CDRW. Also, is it possible to save "the desktop" in FC6 while using a removable device like that? What I want to know is it possible to run FC6 like if it was installed on a real hard disk, if I install software, I want them to be installed on the CD / usb key also, not only in RAM so that if I reboot I lose everything...

I hope that you support this, I really want to use your distro as the one I want to use at my job (when needed).

Michel
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