Am Donnerstag, den 01.10.2009, 06:20 -0700 schrieb MICHAEL VIMMER:
> Hi LINUX-Friends,
> I have a new notebook >Acer Aspire One< (i368), OS >LINPUS LINUX< but with
> some Acer-own modifications and I am meanwhile realy desperate - I am not
> able to run or install anything new - even only to upgrade the old >Firefox<
> because when I try I get a set back from this OS.
> To say the least, I am quiet new with LINUX - but tired of decades with
> Windows I would like to use LINUX, particulary UBUNTU, at least on this small
> maschine. I already downloaded >ubuntu-9.04-netbook-remix-i386.img< and
> >FEDORA liveusb-creator-3.7.tar.bz2< but I am not able to install the
> liveusb-creator and in a dead-end, trying to ask the >source< if there is
> some simple solution.
use the ubuntu provided tools to write the image to usb, please see 
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