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SLAX on USB Drive

Jan 31, 2008, 10:45 (0 Talkback[s])

[ Thanks to Borys Musielak for this link. ]

"There's a shop in the vicinity of the place where I'm writing this article where you can buy 16 GB USB memory without any hassle (the memory is also called: PenDrive, USB Flash Drive, Flash Disk, FlashDrive, Finger Disk, Massive Storage Device, Flash Memory Stick Pen Drive--you know what that's all about, don't you?). The pleasure has its price, but it's futile to drop it here as it changes quicker than a dame's temper. And as the joy of having the toy demands a rather high expenditure so far, buying a 1 GB stick does not represent a financial burden even for the people without permanent employment, e.g. proverbial "poor students." Such a stick is more than enough for a light Linux distro leaving a lot of space for other data..."

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