I'm looking to install Puppy Linux Slacko to a new USB drive I literally found on the ground. Figured I'd re-cycle it, and the thing had no data on it anyway. Since it's just barely not big enough to fit something like Lubuntu, I'd guessed I should give Puppy a spin. Hear it runs blazing fast, can't wait to try it out, especially on my school's 8Gig of RAM iMacs. Damn, that'll be instant.
However, I don't have any CDs around me to make a LiveCD with, and I really want to put this little guy on the thumb drive. Is there any way I can put Puppy on this thing from inside Ubuntu, just using the .iso file?
If I need to install a program to do it, I'd also like to be told how to completely remove the program afterwards, if that's okay. Thanks!