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The goal woulb de to have a USB stick, bootable on any system, containing a local webserver to host various offline versions of websites. This stick can then be used to show demos of websites to people, even if they don't have an internet connection.

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in short, check out there's ALOT of info there. – Sirex Feb 7 '11 at 15:10
Yep, I see many ways to boot Linux ISOs on USB, the difference is I'd like to "pre-install" my offline websites on an Apache (xampp type) server on an ISO, before burning it on CD / copying on USB for live running, so that the live USB or CD can run my offline stuff by default. – mike23 Feb 7 '11 at 15:39
There's guides for that sort of thing, just alter the image before putting into the usb pen – Sirex Feb 9 '11 at 14:28

You can try using Fedora liveusb-creator, it will allow you to create non-volatile space in the USB stick. There you will be able to install applications or store some data.

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