"Fedora 9 Puts Your Desktop on a USB Drive
"There are many tools one can use to create live-booting Linux
desktops on a USB drive, including the multi-distro UNetbootin.
Back when Fedora 9 was officially released, though, the Red Hat
spin-off made a splash by giving us an easy-to-grasp, Windows-based
tool for automatically downloading the latest Fedora release and
putting it on a USB stick, along with allowing for extra space for
storing changes you made to your system and documents you worked on
. The Live USB Creator still works with Fedora 10, and very well
might have inspired Ubuntu's 8.10 release to include a similar
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