[SATLUG] Fedora Core 6 on Flash Drive
wera662001 at yahoo.com
Wed Sep 5 17:43:29 CDT 2007
If your taking Mr. Zollars' class...have you thought of maybe using VMServer? free, and really simple to install. You can run what you need on it fine and NAT the internet connection thru. Just a thought...
Johnny V <xXx at satx.rr.com> wrote: Its been a few years since ive seen an installation of any kind of
linux. So this saturday i was going to head up to the install fest and
try to have fedora core 6 installed on my laptop. Only thing is I
noticed yall recommended not dual booting with vista which is what my
laptop came with. So I was wondering if it would be possible to get
fedora installed on a flash drive and just boot from it manually
whenever I needed it. One concern I had was that if I did that option
was that I wouldnt have enough space for what I need. I need to have it
run a webserver with apache/mysql/php for a webpaging course im taking.
Plus I was told by a couple people that linux on a flash drive is
worthless... What do you guys/gals think?
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