Dual-booting any version of Microsoft’s Windows operating system with a Linux or BSD desktop or server distribution is a very common practice. For first time users of Linux, that is the easiest way to keep using Windows, while getting used to their choice of Linux distribution. One of the most important decisions you have to [...]
I've been reading about the history of Debian and SLS and Ian Murdock, and listened to a few interviews with him. Of course I know what a GNU/Linux Distribution is, but what is it really? How would I "install" GNU/Linux without a distribution? Something like LFS?
I am planning to use linux for my work. I don't want to install it on my hard disk but on my 16 GB usb. I am using lubuntu live version on my usb. I want to install full linux distribution on my 16 GB usb. So, I want to ask you all, which linux distribution will be best to use?
A USB key or thumb drive or USB stick is the best device to use in installing your favorite Linux distribution. It’s not just because it’s reusable forever (unless you mess it up), but the system runs much faster than if you used a CD or DVD disc for installation.