Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>Save a Burn – Use UNetbootin
> ,----[ Quote ]
>|So I thought wow, what a great tool. I’ve recommended it to others before,
>|but never actually used it. I’m glad UNetbootin added in the support for
The coy Subject line and sparce snippets don't do this justice.
What it is is a way to install Linux from a USB thumbdrive,
or a from hard drive, or from a network--no optical disk required.
The app has a Linux port and a Windoze port.
Wikipedia's article rambles a bit less than the 2 linked
in describing what the app is:
Beyond that, the older article has a good bit of detail.
The newer article does add Sabayon to the list of distros
that are supported (Wikipedia already lists Gentoo)
--but that wgo article doesn't really say any more
than what the older article does.
...and paying $17 for a 2GB thumbdrive seems like a lot.
I've seen them for $2/GB; $2.50/GB isn't uncommon.
...or maybe that wasn't USD.