Universal USB Installer Makes a Persistent Thumb Drive Version of Any Linux OS

Posted on October 25, 2010. Filed under: Flash drives, Hardware, Linux | Tags: , , |

Lifehacker suggests a Universal USB Installer Makes a Persistent Thumb Drive Version of Any Linux OS.

“Persistant” means that any changes/updates made will still be there next time you use it.

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