#1
I know this really isnt the place to ask this question, but does anybody here have Linux?

Also, is it possible to simply launch Linux from a USB Memory Drive? No installation needed?
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I don't know what that is, explain?

Hope you get better soon though.
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I have linux.

Yeah, you can boot it from both CD and USB device.
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Does it need installing from the USB device?

Also, which distributer?

and finally how much memory is needed on my USB?
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you can boot linux in windows 7 from windows 7 while its running...

i forget what its called its somewhere on lifehacker
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Does it need installing from the USB device?

Also, which distributer?

and finally how much memory is needed on my USB?


Depends on the distro for USB and the size of the media. Most are what they call live, meaning you can boot to it with out installing and see if you like it. They have an install option.

I'd try Ubuntu or Fedora
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You can boot just about any linux from a usb using this http://unetbootin.sourceforge.net/
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Yep, use Unetbootin, it's pretty good. I reccomend Ubuntu or Linux Mint. I use (at the minute) Mint, but I've used Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Debian, Fedora, Mint, Suse and Moblin. Mint is my favourite, and is also closest to Windows.

Personally, I won't go back to Windows for a long time, but I also know people who will never use Linux. Give Mint or Ubuntu Karmic a go and see what you like, then let us know here.
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