Linux Articles listed under "Linux Mint Flash Drive"

Run Linux Mint 9 from a USB Flash Drive

Run Linux Mint 9 from a USB Flash Drive by using Windows to create the Linux Mint 9 Live USB. In the following tutorial, we cover one way to use our third party Universal USB Installer to create your own Portable Linux Mint 9 USB Flash Drive from Windows. Headed by Clement Lefebvre, Linux Mint 9 "Isadorais" is based on Ubuntu 10.04.  Key features include; new software manager, new backup tool, streamlined look and feel, quicker boot times and much more.

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Create a Linux Mint 8 USB Flash Drive from CD

In the following section we show you one way to create a Linux Mint 8 Flash Drive using the Ubuntu USB Startup Disk Creator while running from a Linux Mint 8 Live CD. Linux Mint 8 is a remix based on Ubuntu 9.10 that sports a new look and integrated media codecs. After completing this segment, you should have a USB Linux Mint 8 Flash Drive that utilizes the casper-rw persistent loopback file option for saving and restoring your changes on subsequent boots.
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Create a Linux Mint 7 USB Flash Drive from CD

How to Create a Linux Mint 7 Flash Drive using Ubuntu's USB Startup Disk Creator while running from the Linux Mint 7 Live CD. Linux Mint 7 is a remix based on Ubuntu 9 that includes integrated media codecs and a face lift. Upon completion of this tutorial, you should end up with a Persistent USB Linux Mint 7 Flash Drive that makes use of the casper-rw persistent loopback file to save your changes for restoration on subsequent boots.

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Install Linux Mint 7 to a Flash Drive in Windows

Create a USB Linux Mint 7 persistent flash drive using Windows. In the following tutorial, we show you how we used Windows and our custom script to create a Portable Linux Mint 7 USB flash drive. Linux Mint 7 Gloria is based on Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope and is compatible with it's current repositories. Originally launched as a variant of Ubuntu with integrated media codecs, Linux Mint has developed into an elegant Linux distribution. Currently maintained by Clement Lefebvre, more information about Linux Mint can be found at the Official Linux Mint site.

Note: The persistent feature works just as it does in Ubuntu, allowing you to save and restore most of your changes.

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Install Linux Mint 6 KDE to a Flash Drive using the CD

The following tutorial explains how to put Linux Mint 6 Felicia KDE on a USB Flash Drive via the USB-Creator (created by Ubuntu). The Linux Mint 6 KDE edition is based on Kubuntu 8.10 Intrepid Ibex, the Linux 2.6.27 kernel and, Xorg 7.4. The KDE version of Linux Mint ships with KDE 4.2 and Amarok 2.0.

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Install Linux Mint 6 to a Flash Drive via the CD

Create a Linux Mint Flash Drive via the Live CD and USB Creator. The following tutorial covers the process of installing Linux Mint 6 to a USB flash drive using the USB Creator created by the Ubuntu team. Linux Mint 6 is a remix based on Ubuntu 8.10. More information about Linux Mint can be found at the Official Linux Mint site.

Note: Installing Linux Mint to a flash drive via the following method makes use of the persistence feature (via a persistence loop file) to save your changes and restore them on subsequent boots.

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Install Linux Mint 6 to a Flash Drive in Windows

Create a Linux Mint 6 Persistent Flash Drive using Windows. The following tutorial covers how to install, boot and run Linux Mint from a USB device using Windows and our custom USB Installer script to create a portable Linux Mint Flash Drive. Linux Mint 6 Felicia is a remix of Ubuntu Linux 8.10. Originally launched as a variant of Ubuntu with integrated media codecs, Linux Mint has developed into an elegant Linux distribution. Linux Mint is currently maintained by Clement Lefebvre.

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Install Linux Mint 5 to a Flash Drive from Windows

The following USB Linux Mint creation tutorial covers how to create a Linux Mint 5 USB Flash Drive using Windows. You can then boot and run Linux Mint from the USB device. Linux Mint is a popular remix of Ubuntu Linux. Originally launched as a variant of Ubuntu with integrated media codecs, Linux Mint has developed into a very user-friendly Linux distribution. Currently maintained by Clement Lefebvre, more information about Linux Mint can be found at the Official Linux Mint site.

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