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Slax Linux installation file is only available in .iso format. How to burn it to a Compact Flash card? It also uses KDE, I think GNOME 2 or MATE might be more light weight. I want to install it on a one board computer, namely a PC Engine ALIX board.

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It's related to your iso. For esxample ubuntu iso capable to install to usb flash, you can try with it. But if you want to make same iso, your should do a proccess.Every distro has a same docs. – PersianGulf Mar 15 '14 at 20:21
What I understand from your comment is that some .iso files are burnable on a CF card just like they are burnable on a USB Flash drive. Did I get you right? – Mohamed Ahmed Mar 15 '14 at 20:37

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