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Hi,

Please send me some links / useful help how to create:

- a bootable USB flash disk with Linux
- to skip any lines, displays, etc
- to load just Mozilla, just this.

Thank you,
Doru
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What you are looking for is a "kiosk" system.

There are a lot of instructions around for producing such a distro, but if you look for a ready-made one, I think WebConverger is what you want: http://webconverger.com/

You can download the .iso file here: http://download.webconverger.com/
There you will also find links to instructions.
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by:rysic
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May have to look ChromOS? There is only browser... all OS is browser :)
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by:upanwar
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This is also very useful.

http://www.pendrivelinux.com/

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//addendum:

This is the (very easy) HowTo for creating a WebConverger USB: http://webconverger.org/usb/
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Thank you
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