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Live USB

Super OS 9.04 saw the introduction of cd2usb, a windows tool to create Ubuntu and Super OS Live USBs. The program was included in the DVD of Super OS from version 9.04 up to version 10.04., In the 10.10 version, however, cd2usb was replaced by usb-creator.

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