"This How-To will be covering use of a variation of a syslinux
bootable USB drive, extlinux. As you might figure from it's name it
allows you to use ext2/ext3 to format your partitions, thereby
removing the 2 Gigabyte limit and allowing you to fit that monster
livecd.squashfs onto your thumbdrive. For this example I will be
using a 4 Gigabyte thumbdrive and Sabayon Linux 3.5 32 bit."
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