BYOL–Bring Your Own Linux

According the the developer, MetroPipe, you can “Carry your entire Internet communication system on a tiny USB drive.”

The user does not have to have a lot of Linux experience to use it. The software runs a little on the slow side due to operating within the emulator. However, the software gives the user a complete environment for browsing the internet with FireFox (web browser), Thunderbird (email), aFTP (ftp), and other tools. Best of all, you don’t leave your internet traces behind–everything is contained in your USB key. After you finish surfing, just exit the environment, eject your USB key and you are good to go.


3 thoughts on “BYOL–Bring Your Own Linux

  1. Anonymous

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  2. Smallman

    I skim a lot of blogs, and so far yours is in the Top 3 of my list of favorites. I’m going to dive in and try my hand at it, so wish me luck.

    It’ll be in a totally different area than yours (mine is about scrapbooking kit) I know, it sounds strange, but it’s like anything, once you learn more about it, it’s pretty cool. It’s mostly about scrapbooking kit related articles and subjects.

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