Your favourite Linux distro, on USB...

Hi all,

Today I am going to review a simple, yet quite strong application: Linux Live USB.

LiLi is a simple application that allows you to turn your USB flash disk into a fully working Linux distribution. It is written for Windows (sorry for Linux users that want to try other Linux distro's) and is distributed under GPLv3 license.

The software comes with an easy installer that we are used to in many Windows applications. After installing this little thing, you get a very nicely designed screen coming up...


The GUI is easy to understand. You simply choose your USB key that you want to install your Linux distribution on. Then you choose the installation source which can be a CD or an ISO image. You can even choose LiLi to download your favourite distro. If you have enough space on your flash disk, you can even add a persistent storage that Linux will treat as an hard disk. When you are done, you simply click the fancy lightning button and in a few minutes you have your fully working operating system on your USB, that you can easily take anywhere with you.

Good enough? Not heard the whole thing yet. You can simply select to embed VirtualBox into your USB disk, and you have your OS even when you are working on Windows. If you select the VirtualBox option, the USB key gets an autorun feature to run directly as you plug. Unfortunately, this is also for Windows only.

Not only the GUI is fancy.. You should also check out LiLi's web site http://www.linuxliveusb.com/ which has one of the coolest designs I've ever seen.

Take care,
Baris

p.s. I want to thank Huseyin Sevin who actually showed me this app:)

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