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Hardware Thread, what's on your stick in Technical; Originally Posted by Ric_ I forgot to mention this earlier... http://edugeek.net/wiki/index.php/Tu...able_USB_drive I find this to be the single most useful ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ric_ View Post
    I forgot to mention this earlier... http://edugeek.net/wiki/index.php/Tu...able_USB_drive

    I find this to be the single most useful thing in the world!!!
    There goes my 2GB BECTA FITS on a Stick USB pen drive!

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    Just fyi i have updated the wiki article with some a second method for those who are lazy

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    Got a 16gig stick, but all thats on mine at the moment is some photos of my daughter, NOD32 antivirus and a complete copy of Medieval Total War 2

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    Loads of portable apps, few random bits of multimedia stuff, application setups, symantec antivirus corp 10, random downloads of web things; and a separate one with bootable Knoppix

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    Quote Originally Posted by webman View Post
    and a separate one with bootable Knoppix
    What guide do you recommend for setting this up?

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    cheers dude!

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    Bark!

    I'll be here all week...

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    Puppy Linux comes with a usb installer that's pretty nifty - you can customize grub to boot to other things too - also works well on usb hard drives - useful for ghost images

    Portable Apps menu with not much original stuff - all sysinternals tools plus anything biggish that's quicker to have on me that d/l across the n/w.

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