[linux-elitists] The desktop in your pocket
Tue Jan 27 02:28:41 PST 2004
Quoting Jim Richardson (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> Pretty much. I've taken to carrying a USB keydrive, (128MB) with 64MB of
> it for storage of data, and 64MB for a Flonix install, and "Damn Small
> Linux" CD which fits in my wallet.
Small preference here (when booting from CD media) for Damn Small Linux:
It's quite a livable system. Of course, Flonix reportedly excels with
> The keydrive of course, goes on the keychain. SSH keys, (with
> passphrases I have memorised) and info go on the Keydrive.
Info should include known_hosts2, don't forget.
My bitsy 32MB flash drive is too small for Flonix, but still can boot a
Debian installation kernel, drivers, and installer RAMdisk, with the
base system fetchable onto target systems via http. Hasn't been needed
yet, but it's nice to have. http://d-i.pascal.at/
Cheers, The cynics among us might say: "We laugh,
Rick Moen monkeyboys -- Linux IS the mainstream UNIX now!
email@example.com MuaHaHaHa!" but that would be rude. -- Jim Dennis
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