Linux Articles listed under "Netbook Linux"

Install Moblin to a Flash Drive from Windows

Create a Moblin USB Flash Drive using Windows: Moblin is a Linux Platform designed for Netbooks, Mobile Internet Devices, and In Vehicle Infotainment Systems. Mobilin now supported by the Linux Foundation, has been tested on Netbooks and devices such as the Acer Aspire One, ASUS EeePC 901 /1000 /1000H, Dell Inspiron 910, MSI Wind, Lenovo S10, Samsung NC10, HP mini 1010 and 1120NR (with wired networking only). Considering that many Netbooks do not use CD Drives, and ship with Windows, having the ability to install and run Moblin from USB is essential.

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Install Ubuntu NetBook Remix to a Flash Drive in Windows

Create a Ubuntu 9.10 NetBook Remix Flash Drive using Windows. Ubuntu NetBook Remix is a project of Canonical Ltd tailored for NetBooks. You can put Ubuntu NetBook Remix on a USB Flash Drive from Windows. The Portable Ubuntu NetBook operating system can then be run from the Flash Drive portably without installing or installed directly to your Netbook from the same Flash Drive.

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