"Recently, I came across a blog post about how to install a
LiveCD version of Red Hat's upcoming Fedora 9 release onto a USB
stick, leaving space on the stick for data to persist between
"Impressed by the persistent USB LiveCD fun and partition
encrypting installer improvements, I chose to throw caution to the
wind and load up Fedora 9 Beta on my main notebook, replacing the
Hardy Heron Beta install I'd been running--quite stably--for
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