How to Install SLAX on USB from Windows. In the following tutorial we show you how easy it is to create a SLAX Linux bootable USB Flash Drive from within Windows. Created by Tomas Matejicek, SLAX is a tiny 200MB Linux distribution. It is essentially a stripped down version of Slackware Linux. And is also offered in a compressed tar format for extraction to a USB stick. It also features the ability add or remove modules on the fly and save your changes persistently for use on subsequent boots.
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Portable SLAX on Bootable USB
Distribution Home Page: slax.org
Minimum Flash Drive Capacity: 256MB
Persistent Feature: Yes
USB Bootable Flash Drive creation essentials
- USB flash drive
- Universal USB Installer
- A Windows PC to Perform the Install
How to Install SLAX on USB
- Download and then launch the Universal USB Installer
- Select SLAX, and then follow the onscreen instructions.
- Once the script has finished, reboot your computer, set your BIOS or Boot Menu to boot from the USB device and then save your settings. On next boot, you should finally have a successful launch of your Portable SLAX.