Linux Live USB Creator

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Linux Live USB Creator

#1 Post by guinness » Mon Dec 28, 2009 3:16 pm

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#2 Post by webfork » Sun Nov 21, 2010 10:52 am

Just tried this. Big help.

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#3 Post by webfork » Sun Oct 16, 2011 5:47 pm

The program just got a really strong review from FWG: http://www.freewaregenius.com/2011/10/1 ... ws-itself/

Edit: the site mentions a Portable VirtualBox. Anyone know about this or feel like testing?

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#4 Post by linuxx » Sun Oct 16, 2011 8:16 pm

I tried Portable VirtualBox with LinuxMint (both Gnome & LXDE), and it was unbelievably SLOW. Unusable. Maybe someone with a better box would have more luck. My stuff is getting long in the tooth.

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#5 Post by ashghost » Mon Oct 17, 2011 3:35 am

linuxx wrote:I tried Portable VirtualBox with LinuxMint (both Gnome & LXDE), and it was unbelievably SLOW. Unusable. Maybe someone with a better box would have more luck. My stuff is getting long in the tooth.
Depending on just how old your setup is, you may be able to improve things by enabling enhancements for vitualization in your BIOS. According to Wikipedia, the first processors to include such features came out back in 2005: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X86_virtua ... are_assist. You can check your processor with CPU-Z - if the "instructions" field includes "AMD-V" (AMD processor) or "VT-x" (Intel processor), then your processor is capable.

I recently upgraded to a six-core AMD processor, along with a new motherboard and plenty of RAM, and I was surpised at how slowly VirtualBox ran, until I remembered to enable virtualization supoort in the BIOS.

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#6 Post by guinness » Mon Oct 17, 2011 6:45 am

It just goes to show that you can literally create anything with AutoIt so long as you put your mind to it and have a little imagination.
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#7 Post by m^(2) » Mon Oct 17, 2011 7:03 am

guinness wrote:It just goes to show that you can literally create anything with AutoIt so long as you put your mind to it and have a little imagination.
This applies to all non-domain-specific programming languages. ;)
You could rewrite Linux in it if you really wanted.

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