Did Alexandre Dumas Use Linux?

Posted by ggarron on Mar 9, 2011 2:09 PM EDT
Linux Notes; By Dark Duck
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Distributive of Porteus Linux is very light. It weights under 300 MB. You can either burn it to CD, or extract files from .iso image and copy them to your USB drive. Like in SLAX, there are 2 files in the distributive which can make your USB bootable: one for Windows users and one for Linux. I found a small issue there, because Linux-oriented file (.sh) is not marked as executable, and I could not make it executable. Neither chmod nor Midnight Commander options helped. Anyway, I have Windows XP for some reasons, so .bat file was used. Finally I got bootable USB drive with Porteus system in it. Reboot. Choose to boot from USB. Let's go!

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