Linux Articles listed under "Kubuntu flash drive"

Create a Kubuntu 9.10 Flash Drive from CD

How to Create a Kubuntu 9.10 Live USB Flash Drive using Ubuntu's USB Creator while running from the Live CD. Kubuntu is a product of Canonical Ltd that is simply Ubuntu utilizing a KDE desktop environment instead of Gnome. This Kubuntu Flash Drive installation example will make use of the persistence feature, so you can save your basic changes and then restore those changes at each boot.

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Install Kubuntu 9.10 to a Flash Drive from Windows

How to Create a Kubuntu 9.10 Live USB Flash Drive from Windows:  Kubuntu is a product of Canonical Ltd that features the KDE desktop environment. In the following tutorial, we show you how we installed Kubuntu 9.10 to a USB Flash Drive using a Windows PC to perform the install. Once finished, Kubuntu 9.10 can be booted and run directly from your portable device. This process uses the casper-rw loopback image file to allow you to persistently save changes and restore those changes on subsequent boots.

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Install Kubuntu 8.04.1 to a Flash Drive using Linux

USB Kubuntu 8.04.1 Persistent Linux installation from Linux without using a CDROM. Some Linux users prefer Kubuntu over Ubuntu because it uses the KDE desktop environment instead of Gnome. In the following, we cover the process of installing Kubuntu 8.04.1 Hardy Heron to a USB flash drive from within Linux. The persistence feature is used to allow the user to save and restore changes on subsequent boots. If you already have a working Linux installation on your PC and do not wish to use or your system does not have a CD drive, this tutorial is for you.

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Install Kubuntu 8.04.2 to a Flash Drive from CD

Create a Kubuntu 8.04.2 USB Persistent Flash Drive via the Live CD. Kubuntu is a derivative of Ubuntu based on the KDE desktop environment. In the following tutorial we cover the process of installing Kubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron to a USB flash drive via a running Kubuntu 8 Live CD. Similar to the Ubuntu 8.04 persistent install, the casper persistence feature is being utilized to enable a user to save and restore changes on subsequent boots.

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