Saturday, June 9, 2012

How to to install dsl in a pendrive and booting it up from windows

Its really cool when we try out new things. Have you guys ever tried out to boot up an operating system from a pendrive while you are still working with windows? Its a cool thing to try out. You can do it within 5 minutes.

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The operating system we are using is Damn Small Linux(dsl) which is one of the smallest linux distribution in the world! It is around 50 mb. DSL is embedded with a feature called QEMU which enables the user to run an operating system in another one. By using the Universal Usb installer you can make a bootable usb of Damn Small Linux.

Here is a video tutorial on how to install dsl and booting it up from windows:

Links to essential softwares: