Old USB installs from Windows
Old Windows based USB Linux Flash Drive installation tutorials
This ALL In One PenDriveLinux 2008 version can be run from a USB flash drive either natively (as a stand alone Operating System at boot), or from within Windows as a Virtual Machine. Moreover, the user can save installed software, changes, bookmarks, email, contacts and more automatically via a persistent loop image and then restore those changes upon subsequent Qemu or native boots.
The following tutorial will show you how to easily install PCLinuxOS MiniMe 2008 to a USB flash drive using Windows. This enables a user to quickly create a portable version of PCLinuxOS MiniMe 2008 without having to go through the redundant steps of burning the iso to a CD and then booting from the CD to perform the USB flash drive install from another iso.