Linux Articles listed under "Xubuntu USB flash drive installation"

Install Xubuntu 9.04 to a Flash Drive using the CD

The following tutorial explains How to Install Xubuntu 9.04 to a USB Flash Drive using the USB Creator (Created by the Ubuntu Team). Installing Xubuntu 9.04 to a FLash Drive using this approach will enable the use of the persistence feature (via a persistence loop file) that will be used to to save your basic changes like desktop modifications,  settings, and browser bookmarks and then restore those changes on subsequent boots.

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Install Xubuntu 8.10 to a Flash Drive from CD

Xubuntu 8.10 Live USB Creation: The following tutorial covers the process of installing Xubuntu 8.10 to a USB flash drive, or other portable USB device using USB Creator created by the Ubuntu team. Installing Xubuntu 8.10 to a flash drive via this method allows the use of the persistence feature (via a persistence loop file) to save and restore your changes on subsequent boots.

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Install Xubuntu 8.04.1 to a Flash Drive using Linux

This tutorial covers the process of installing Xubuntu 8.04.1 to a USB flash drive from within a running (Ubuntu) Linux environment. Xubuntu uses the xfce desktop environment as opposed to Gnome or KDE. Xfce helps Xubuntu run smoother and quicker on older and slower PC's. In addition, this installation tutorial utilizes the casper persistence feature to enable changes to be saved and restored on subsequent boots. If you have access to a working Ubuntu Linux installation and your system does not have a CD drive, this tutorial is for you.

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Install Xubuntu 8.04.1 to a Flash Drive from CD

Create a Xubuntu 8.04.1 Live USB Persistent Flash Drive using the Live CD. This tutorial covers the process of installing Xubuntu 8.04.1 Hardy Heron to a USB flash drive via a running Xubuntu 8 Live CD. Xubuntu uses the xfce desktop environment. The xfce desktop environment is a slim yet very powerful GUI. Making Xubuntu less of a resource hog than KDE or Gnome. Xubuntu works well on slower or older computers. In this Linux USB installation tutorial, the casper persistence feature is used to retain and retrieve changes on subsequent boots.

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