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Re: Fedora/Linux as a USB Drive



Srikanth Konjarla wrote:
> Wondering if it is possible to access a Fedora/Linux machine as a USB
> drive. It would be very useful to transfer files between two computers
> without a network.
> 
> Thanks
> 
> Srikanth
> 
I am not sure what you are saking. If you want to install Fedora to
a USB drive, and boot off that drive, this have been covered on the
list. I believe you still need to do an expert install to be able to
install to a USB drive, and you have to "tweak" the Grub settings,
but it works well as long as your machine can boot off a USB drive.
(I have a USB drive set up that way here.)

If you are talking about attaching a USB hard drive to a Linux
machine, and transfering data to/from it, that works fine as well.

Mikkel
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