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slajoh01

join:2005-04-23
reply to uteck

Re: Linux Live CD question

Yepp, you are correct, so I will not even use a USB stick.
I will just try the commands and see what happens from the DVD.

Thanks



Rexter
YeeHaw

join:2002-11-17
cloud 9

Lps is designed to be a strictly non persistent live distro. This insures no malicious activity can survive a shutdown/ restart. This is by design.

You can use web-based cloud storage, to import/export documents. Another way you could go is to run it in a vm where drag and drop is supported to move docs in and out of the environment.
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slajoh01

join:2005-04-23

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Well, I tried the steps in that link, but no luck. I really love this LPS. I really do. Maybe I will just do that is to have a cloud based storage option.

BY the way - whats a really good lightweight free VM solution for running this on a Windows 7 machine which does not suck or drain my CPU usage or keep it down to a minimum?
Thanks again to all.



Rexter
YeeHaw

join:2002-11-17
cloud 9

said by slajoh01:

whats a really good lightweight free VM solution for running this on a Windows 7 machine which does not suck or drain my CPU usage or keep it down to a minimum?

Both VMware Player, and Virtualbox will do the trick. I would configure it with an ISO image optical drive, no HD, and about 512MB ram. That should be plenty. If you want it to be more secure, link to the real optical drive, and use the actual CD, but your performance will be much better with an ISO image.
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