Install Knoppix to a USB Flash Drive in Windows
How to Install Knoppix to a USB Flash Drive using Windows and our Universal USB Installer. Knoppix Linux is another awesome Free and Open Source Live Linux compilation. It was created by Klaus Knopper. Aside from the basic software essentials, it also packs several unique features. Such as a screen reader for the blind. Automatic hardware detection. And last but not least, a persistence feature with encryption capabilities. This persistent option can be used to save and restore your changes on subsequent boots. It is based on Debian GNU/Linux and utilizes a lightweight LXDE desktop environment.
Knoppix running from a Flash Drive
Distribution Home Page: Knoppix.org
Persistent Feature: Yes
Essentials to easily put Knoppix on USB:
- USB Flash Pen Drive
- Windows PC to perform the conversion
- Knoppix Linux ISO
- Universal USB Installer
How to easily put Knoppix on your USB Device
- Download and then launch our Universal USB Installer.
- Select KNOPPIX from the dropdown list, and then simply follow the onscreen instructions.
- Reboot your PC and then set your system BIOS or Boot Menu to boot from the USB device. Finally, save your changes and reboot.
Upon reboot, you should be up and running Knoppix from your USB memory stick.
Follow the onscreen prompts during boot to make an encrypted persistent overlay.
Install Knoppix to a USB Flash Drive in Windows published under Flash drive installs using Windows