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Re: Making a localized, educational live-usb version of Netbsd? Possible, and is worth it?

On April 6, 2014 7:33:34 AM EDT, Aleksej Saushev <> 
>Ottavio Caruso <> writes:
>> On 5 April 2014 16:56, Aleksej Saushev <> wrote:
>>> LiveCD is of no use to people who have no functional CD drive
>>> or no CD drive at all. This is why it is the wrong approach.
>> By livecd I meant any system which is not installed to local hard
>> and resets itself after reboot. It doesn't have to boot from a CD, it
>> can boot from any removable media, the principle is the same.
>Live CD is significantly different from live USB pen drive and SD card,
>it has to be in a separate category because building it is based on
>completely different principle. Same for live DVD.

How is it any different?  In both cases you create a boot image that you don't 
change, and boot it on a machine whose existing installation you don't change.  
That seems pretty similar to me.
The fact that in one case the media physically prevents you from modifying it 
seems largely irrelevant.


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