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Tutorial: Boot Linux Mint 11 from USB drive

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This tutorial will show you how to make your USB hard disk device a bootable Linux system. Linux Mint 11 needs about 4.7 gigabyte of free space on your hard drive, so make sure your device has at least that much space available. I am using an 8 gigabyte stick which is enough to install Mint on it and additionally have some space left to save data. In my case, I will install Linux Mint 11 on my USB device, but it should work similarly with other systems. To create a bootable disk, you need either an iso-image of the desired Linux system or a real Linux DVD.
 read more | mail this link | score:8505 | -falko, September 26, 2011
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