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Installing Linux on a Netbook from a USB Thumbdrive

Posted on Sunday, February 13 2011 @ 08:20:11 CET by


In my household, netbooks fly around like curse words. I have had more Acer's come through my home office than I would like and for some reason, they either come with Windows XP or Windows 7 Starter; both are worthless in my opinion. So when my friend asked me help him install Ubuntu on his Aspire One, I obliged. Remember, netbooks do not come equipped with CDROM/DVD drives and unless you have an external drive or converter, your only option is to use USB.

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