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Re: making available usb usable iso's without using livecd-iso-to-disk or liveusb-creator



On Sun, Apr 12, 2009 at 9:53 PM, psmith <psmith fedoraproject org> wrote:
> Kevin Kofler wrote:
>>
>> David wrote:
>>
>>>
>>> I was thinking more along the lines of a Windows user. They do not have
>>> the CLI like a Linux user does. And, quite honestly, many Linux users
>>> don't, or can't, use the CLI either.
>>>
>>
>> That's exactly why they should use the liveusb-creator which is a nice
>> GUI.
>>
>>        Kevin Kofler
>>
>>
>
> which will still work perfectly fine with the dual purpose iso, it's just
> that those of us who do know how to use a cli and do use linux can miss out
> the extra steps needed. this extra functionality of the dual purpose iso
> only adds to it's usability and takes nothing away from what exists in the
> iso's already. i really can't see the reason for the resistance?
>
> as for most who are trying a live fedora release being windows users, i'd
> love to know where that stat came from?

There are no stats he just assumed that.
Windows users are more likely to test a livecd than to install on a
spare partition / vm.


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