[Novalug] VirtualBox flash drive
drwho at virtadpt.net
Tue Mar 27 12:00:15 EDT 2012
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On 03/26/2012 04:44 PM, Jon LaBadie wrote:
> It would be nice to carry around a persistant copy of a linux
> system. I see pros and cons about the approaches in 1&3. For
> example, if I'm going to use someone's computer, would they be
> happy about me shutting down their system and possibly mucking with
> their BIOS to boot from a USB stick? On the other hand, I think
> using a VirtualBox approach would be specific to the OS. Or could
> multiple VB's (ones for linux, windows, and mac hosts) be installed
> but all share a single guest linux?
> Has anyone used the VB approach? Comments on it?
I know of some people who use this technique to rather good effect. I
haven't tired it myself, though - I use a native install of VirtualBox
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