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Review: Installing Linux on USB – Part 8

I have so far published 7 parts in the Installing Linux on USB series. In this part I thought I will review what I have published for far in the series – Yes, a review of all the 7 parts and important notes from them. So even if you have not read the entire series […]

Installing Linux on USB – Part 7: Install Debian Linux from USB drives

Welcome to the part 7 of “Installing Linux on USB” series. In this part we will learn how to create a USB flash drive which can be used as an installation media to install Debian Linux. Purpose: In this post we will see how can we prepare a bootable USB Debian Lenny installation media to […]

Installing Linux on USB – Part 6: Create a DOS and Linux bootable USB flash drive

Welcome to the part 6 of “Installing Linux on USB” series. In this part we will learn how to create a USB flash drive which can boot into Linux and DOS both using GRUB. Purpose: In this post we will try to create a handy USB flash drive which has MS-DOS partition and a Linux […]

Installing Linux on USB – Part 5: Installing Debian Linux on USB flash memory drives

Welcome to the part 5 of “Installing Linux on USB” series. In this part we are going to learn how to install Linux on a USB Flash memory drive. Please remember that a USB flash drive is different than a USB hard drive.  Please refer to our part 1 to see the differences. Purpose: In […]

Installing Linux on USB – Part 4: noatime and relatime mount options

Welcome to the part 4 of “Installing Linux on USB” series. In part 3 we discussed which filesystems to use for USB hard drives and USB flash drives respectively. In this part we will discuss what are the differences between atime, noatime and relatime mount options for filesystems and how can they be used in […]

Installing Linux on USB – Part 3: Which Linux filesystem for USB devices?

Welcome to the part 3 of “Installing Linux on USB” series.  In this part we will discuss which filesystem is best for USB devices. As mentioned in Part 1, there are two types of USB devices (broadly speaking): 1. USB hard drives 2. USB flash drives Now USB hard drives are just like our regular […]

Installing Linux on USB – Part 2: Install Debian Lenny on USB Hard Drive

Welcome to the part 2 of “Installing Linux on USB“ series. Purpose: In this part we will learn how to install Debian Linux (Lenny) on a USB hard drive.  In part 1 of this series I had explained the difference between a USB hard drive and USB flash drive.  I suggest you refer to it […]

Installing Linux on USB – Part 1: Difference between USB hard drive and USB Flash (or Jump or thumb) drive

Welcome to the part 1 of “Installing Linux on USB” series. Last week I made an announcement that I am planning to write a series of article on Installing Linux on USB drives – Hard Drive and Jump Drive. Also I had created a poll (my first ever poll!) to see how much interest is […]

Announcement & Poll: Installing Linux (Debian) on USB hard drive and USB flash/jump drive

Update: The series will be called “Installing Linux on USB“. Hello everybody! I am planning to write a series of articles related to Booting Linux on USB drives- Hard Drive and Flash/Jump drive (Yes, they are different and we will cover it). Just wanted to let you guys know about the upcoming series. Also with […]

  
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