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Install SliTaz to USB from Windows

How to Install SliTaz to a USB Flash Drive using Windows. SliTaz Linux is a tiny and very fast running free operating system that can be run entirely from system memory. Founded by Christian Lincoln, SliTaz is one of the smallest portable Linux distributions available and can be stored and run directly from a USB key or other removable media.  The SliTaz team anlong with  Cedric Tissieres of Ophcrack have developed their own  SliTaz USB installer called tazusb.exe that can be used to create a SliTaz Live USB from within a running Windows environment.

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Creat a bootable USB Ophcrack in Windows

Ophcrack is an open source Windows password cracking utility that uses rainbow tables to find passwords. It can be run from Windows, Linux or Live CD. The following tutorial explains how to install and boot Ophcrack from a portable USB device. Since the Live CD version (running from a SLAX now  SliTaz core) is already available, creating USB Ophcrack is similar to converting any other Live Linux CD to USB and now they even offer their own tazusb.exe installer.

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