LHS Episode #434: Linux Install Media Deep Dive

Hello and welcome to the 434th installment of Linux in the Ham Shack. In this episode, the hosts discuss creating bootable images to start your computer with Linux or install the operating system. Discussion ranges from CDs to DVDS, USB flash drives and Micro SD cards. Also touched on are persistence, running distros from install media, dual booting and more. We hope you enjoy this episode and come back for the next one. Have a great week.

73 de The LHS Crew

One comment on “LHS Episode #434: Linux Install Media Deep Dive”

  • I want to thank you guys for this episode. Six months or so ago, I tried converting an old laptop to Linux, but failed miserably. I’m not sure why.

    After listening to this episode, I decided to give it another try. I downloaded Rufus and an .iso, created the bootable USB drive, and managed to get Linux installed on the laptop this time. It did take me two tries (not sure what I did wrong the first time), but now I’m a happy camper. The Linux install should breathe a little new life into that laptop.

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