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Hacking for the Hardware-Challenged 30 June 2011

Posted by golda972 in bootable USB, Linux, rescue.

Hacking in the good sense, of course. (No, this is not a .NET post.)

For people with up to 128 MB of flash memory available, there aren’t that many options for bootable media. Even my old friend, Parted Magic, is currently up to 176.2 MB. That’s a tad too large! (for the hardware-challenged)

The good news is that old versions of Parted Magic can still be downloaded. Version 4.11 slides easily by at 98.1 MB.

For people with a little more space, check out the Fedora minimal boot media option. (Ha, now I’ll get you to install Fedora. That’s not a live CD image!)

I might post about writing .NET with Mono sometime soon…



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