Two Weeks with Fedora 9

Rahul Sundaram sundaram at
Sun Apr 20 23:43:47 UTC 2008


"As I mentioned above, it was Fedora 9's support of USB stick-based 
persistent LiveCD deployments that enticed me to download the 
in-development distro, and when I tried it out for myself it worked 
great. Fedora 9 booted up from the 2GB USB stick I used, and, through 
the virtue of solid state, did so a lot more quickly than CD-based 
LiveCD images do. I used the my portable Fedora 9 system to browse the 
Internet, I downloaded some things, and I installed a piece of software, 
too. I tried rebooting the system, and, sure enough, the changes I'd 
made did persist"


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