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How do i install Linux on a USB-stick without any knowledge of Linux?
How do i install Linux on a USB-stick without any knowledge of Linux? –
I bought myself a 1GB Highspeed USB2.0-Stick and i would like to install
Damn Small Linux on it.
I also want two partitions on the stick, one with linux and the other one
must be a normal FAT partition.
My first attemt was to use the option in DSL for install on USB pendrive,
but somehow it doesn't recognize my USB stick at all, i also didn't mount it
before (that's the only thing i know to do right now with linux).
There were two options to install it, one as HDD and one as FDD
(don't know which one i have to chose).
After that i thought bymyself it would be best to check out if the stick
is even bootable and if it's possible to make two partitions on it.
So i tried to make some partitions with win XP but i couldn't
get access to it.
Well, to shorten the crap, right now i have two FAT partitions on it.
The first one has some system files from win98SE and boots up
the dos promt on my PC.
So i can make patitions on the stick and it is also bootable.
What i need now is a linux software which is capable to install itself
to the pendrive "full automated" without any big knowledge from the user.
(But remember, i need one extra FAT partition on the stick).
Can somebody help me or is it to complicated for a nooby like me?