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3 Easy Steps For Booting Linux From Your USB Drive (Pen Drive) – Really Simple!

Are you interested in converting your old USB Drive in to a Linux testing ground? It is really simple to convert your spare USB Drive in to a Linux boot partition, carry all imageyour favorite apps in your pocket! With these simple steps, you can convert you USB drive in to a Linux bootable device. You can format, reimage with various distributions of Linux and pick your best compatible variant. It’s really non messy. If you do not want to mess up your existing OS installation, then read on…

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PendriveLinux is a great resource on the web for any Linux to USB related details, absolutely comprehensive and you can’t go wrong with the steps provided. Here is the steps for putting Lucid Puppy Linux on to your Pen Drive!

Installation Steps:

1.  Download the lupu-501.iso

2. Download and launch our Universal USB Installer, select Lucid Puppy 5.0.1 and follow the onscreen instructions

Puppy Linux USB

3. Once the script has finished, restart your PC and set your BIOS or Boot Menu to boot from the USB device, save your changes and reboot

Now you will be on Lucid Puppy 5.0.1! Enjoy!

Puppy Linux USB

You can pretty much load any Linux Distro on Pen Drive this way. All you need is a Pen Drive with at least 4GB capacity. Some Linux Distro are less demanding. Like the Puppy Linux will be happy with 128MB or higher Pen Drives.

Via [PendriveLinux]

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