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I think you can do it with these steps (these are the first and second part of the step-by-step guide) .... Preparing the host sudo apt-get install squashfs-tools sudo apt-get install chroot setting up our working environment. First, we are going to mount the iso under /tmp/livecd: mkdir /tmp/livecd sudo mount -o loop ...


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If you are new to Linux, look around your environment for friendly geeks or a local Linux user group. Ask them for advise/help. Linux distributions are all built on the same (much more than less) software, what varies is exact versions used, some local patches, and configuration. There really aren't wide-reaching differences, regardless of the many claims ...


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For the first question see Wikipedia here you have the minimum requirements. Second question, just a google search. Third question from Linux.org. Fourth, For me is Ubuntu, but depends of what I want to do. I recommend you, if you will use Gnu/Linux system, to use Google, I found all your answers in just 5 minutes of search. Gnu/Linux systems are google ...


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An Ubuntu-base distro for Beowulf clusters developed by the University of the Basque Country in Spain: http://www.ehu.eus/AC/ABC.htm ABC GNU / Linux distribution is based on Ubuntu and specializes in the automatic construction of high-performance Beowulf clusters with only boot in "live " mode in frontend or being installed on your hard drive. ...



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