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You can use a tool called Linux Live USB Creator (this is to create the USB from Windows). It will create a live USB and will let you specify a space for permanent data that will be kept from run to run. This is called the Persistence File. Or you can create a the whole system in your USB. The way I did that was installing Debian on a machine (I think you ...
Yes there are many methods. Firstly enable Network Boot in BIOS. Requirements: Another computer with PXE boot setup. You can use Network install and install Via PXE Boot. Here is a link that describes the whole process..(The following proces should be done in the other computer) From windows: Click here From Linux: Click here
If you don't know exactly what was changed, can make a backup of any unique data you put on the system (in your user account) and have access to boot from CD/USB, I would just reinstall the system. The only thing you might loose is some post-install changes that you made (i.e. system configuration, extra packages). I would first double check that you have a ...
You can install ubuntu minimal https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/MinimalCD and then manually install packages for xfce: sudo apt-get install xfwm4 xfce4-panel xfce4-settings xfce4-session xfce4-terminal xfdesktop4 xfce4-taskmanager. And for lubuntu you can just install an openbox wm and lxpanel: sudo apt-get install openbox lxpanel Some other ...
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