Drupal-on-a-Stick: now in easy-to-take download form!

At Bay Area DrupalCamp today, Sun is handing out USB Flash sticks that boot any USB-bootable X86/X64 box into OpenSolaris with a running Drupal 6 instance. For those of you not at BADCamp this weekend, we've also made the USB image available for download here. It's a little less than 1GB, and fits on 1GB flash drives.

To burn the image to your own USB flash drive:

  • From a Windows box: see here
  • From an OpenSolaris box: install and use /usr/bin/usbcopy from SUNWdistro-const package

For those who'd rather try this from a "Live DVD", the .iso image is here.

Update 19 October: thanks to alert readers who spotted my ill-formed DVD link above. It's fixed now.druplicon

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Posted by True Religion jeans on October 17, 2009 at 02:46 PM EDT #

Sounds interesting, although the link to an iso of the "Live DVD" seemed broken. Can you confirm/fix?

Thanks,
-Andy

Posted by Andres Galeano on October 19, 2009 at 02:17 AM EDT #

I'd like to try it out but the link to it seems to be
on vacation, any return?

Posted by RJohnson on October 19, 2009 at 02:44 AM EDT #

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