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Which linux distro on my usb?

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6th March 2014, 04:48 PM   |  #11  
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I'll try fedora and lububtu this evening!

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The first one: it was really slow. Maybe, for my request, puppy linux is the best distro...but I really don't like it...

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Of course Puppy will be the fastest when it's like 50 MB Get a faster USB drive or install it through Wubi so it'll get installed as a regular Windows program. You'll be able to dual boot, but just uninstall it as usual from Windows if you want to remove it. It's idiot proof. You can't mess it up.

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Of course Puppy will be the fastest when it's like 50 MB Get a faster USB drive or install it through Wubi so it'll get installed as a regular Windows program. You'll be able to dual boot, but just uninstall it as usual from Windows if you want to remove it. It's idiot proof. You can't mess it up.

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Doesnt this question belong to Desktops and Laptops Thread ***All in One***

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I have the same situation and I've been using Ubuntu with a USB SD reader, but it runs really slow for me, because of low SD card speeds. I might try Arch Linux next.

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I have the same situation and I've been using Ubuntu with a USB SD reader, but it runs really slow for me, because of low SD card speeds. I might try Arch Linux next.

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Fedora works faster, now I'm going to buy an usb drive 16 gb to test lubuntu thanks for all your answers, I love this forum

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I really like Mint a lot!

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