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dcore:usb_installation_test-drive [2018/12/10 16:09]
jason w [Burn ISO image to USB and use dCore-usbinstall]
dcore:usb_installation_test-drive [2018/12/10 16:09] (current)
jason w [dCore Test Drive on a USB Stick (Beginners 101)]
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 The following below is a more hands-on method of installing dCore to USB. The following below is a more hands-on method of installing dCore to USB.
  
-=== Overview ===+=== Manual install to USB ===
 dCore will be installed on a USB-stick. The system basically consists of the following files: dCore will be installed on a USB-stick. The system basically consists of the following files:
   - Linux kernel and initial RAM disk, typically named 'vmlinuz' and 'core.gz'   - Linux kernel and initial RAM disk, typically named 'vmlinuz' and 'core.gz'
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