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USB thumb drive distribution: Linux Mobile System

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Embedded Linux distribution will boot from a USB thumb drive. Now I have an excuse to buy an even larger USB drive.
Linux Mobile System (LMS) is an implementation of embedded Linux for USB "thumb" drives that can boot most any x86 computer into a Linux environment. Unlike so-called "live CDs," LMS allows files to be stored and information exchanged between systems. An an optional boot floppy is also available, for systems' whose BIOS can't boot from a USB device.
 read more | mail this link | score:7181 | -Ray, December 16, 2003
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