Install SLAX 6.0.9 to a Flash Drive using Windows

In the following tutorial, we cover the process of installing SLAX 6.0.9 to a USB Flash Drive or other portable device. SLAX is a tiny Linux distribution (190MB) created by Tomas Matejicek. SLAX is essentially a stripped down version of Slackware Linux. Currently available as an ISO for Live CD creation or as a tar file for extraction to a USB stick, SLAX Linux also utilizes the ability to save your changes persistently and add or remove modules on the fly.

Portable SLAX 6.0.9 Screenshot

SLAX 6.0.9 Screenshot

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Minimum Flash Drive Capacity: 256MB

Persistent Feature: Yes

This tutorial is obsolete! This tutorial or version of Linux is old and has been removed. Please use the Universal USB Installer instead, as it can be used to install the latest version.

Install SLAX 6.0.9 to a Flash Drive using Windows published under Old USB installs from Windows