you sure could i faam running it from a 32gig usb stick on an old laptop. you dont have much ram bu
it should still run fast
Your Linux OS will likely run a lot faster on a Flash drive or SD/SDHC card on a USB card reader, rather than on your internal drive. You can place your Flash drive or SD/SDHC card in, reboot & select F2 to enter the BIOS, then move that card upwards above the hard drive to boot first.
Setting it up like this will keep you from having to press F12 prior to every time you boot for the device to load, yet if it's not there, your internal drive will still boot if there's still an OS installed.
Edited by cat1092, 17 May 2014 - 01:09 PM.