Fedora LiveUSB Creator
Linux is a very popular operating system due to the fact that it is open source but also because it provides users with a great degree of flexibility that other OSes do not offer.
Additionally, it is the go-to platform for Windows users when their computer breaks down and they can no longer access their files since it can be run off a Live CD or USB. Fedora LiveUSB Creator is one of the applications that help them create such devices.
Create a Live USB with Fedora using an existing Live CD
The easiest and quickest way to build your own custom Live USB running a specific flavor of Fedora is to use a Live CD that you, or one of your friends, previously created.
Basically, you need to browse to the location of your ISO file, load it within the application, adjust the level of persistent storage, then press the dedicated button and wait until your Live USB gets processed.
By adjusting the persistent storage value, you can allocate additional space on your USB drive so as to save files and make changes to the OS that are stored after restart.
Download a Fedora edition to install on your Live USB
On the other hand, if you do not have a Live CD or you want to use a certain version of Fedora, you can just download it from the Internet.
The utility supports several releases, such as various editions of Fedora 16, 17, 18 or Sugar on a Stick, so you need to select the one you are interested it and start the download process.
Verify the OS checksum before creating the Live USB
In order to ensure that the package you downloaded is the correct one, Fedora LiveUSB Creator automatically verifies its checksum to before installing it on your USB device.
After this process is completed, you will be able to use your removable USB stick to boot your computer whenever your host OS is causing problems.
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