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To run from a CD/DVD, burn the download to a disk, insert into your computer and reboot. To run the GNOME 3 from a USB stick: Download the USB image writer (below) and extract it Open a terminal and navigate to the extracted image writer folder (eg. $ cd Downloads/abock-image-usb-stick-f3b1002) Prepare the image writer by running: $ chmod a+x ./image-usb-stick Remove any USB storage devices that you might have connected to your computer and insert the empty USB stick that you want to write to Run the image writer script: $ sudo ./image-usb-stick path_to_the_live_image.iso (the script requires Python 2.x) To run the live image, reboot your computer with the USB stick attached
Originally posted by Konah
reply to post by Tygart
Did you burn the ISO to the CD yourself?
I have only used various Mint distros and Ubuntu, and I will say they are incredibly user-friendly. I enjoyed Linux Mint more than Ubuntu, and currently am running it on three PCs.
I've never used openSUSE, so I can't really comment on that, but if this is your first time using a Linux distro stick to something simple (unless you have coding experience).
If I use USB instead of LIVE CD won't I be able to save data and come back to it later?