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We have a diskless thin client (it has it's local flash drive though) Fujitsu Futro S-100.

I was able to boot from external USB flash drive and it's working just great.

How can I install Thinstation to it's own flash drive?

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There are instructions in the Thinstation FAQ for creating a bootable flash drive.

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Thank you! That was easy and helped me! I just opened the box and got special CF Card reader to format it and work with it via syslinux. Need to test (: – bakytn Apr 28 '11 at 9:24
later, yes What I actually did is just I extracted CF disk from the device and installed Thinstation to it. Thanks again..HTH – bakytn Apr 28 '11 at 12:17

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