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From: boba at unixag-zw.fh-kl.de (Thorsten Peter)
Subject: Bootable Memorystick?

why shouldnt you be able to boot to a memory stick?
almost every vendor lists "bootable" as a feature of their 
sticks.....you simply need a board that is able to boot from USB 
device....that's it.

regards

Thorsten

but i don't get what this question got to do with security mailing lists ;-)

Samuel wrote:

>Has anyone already, or does anyone think it would be possible to boot to a memory-stick instead of a floppy?  Ofcourse you would have to have an 8-in-1 card reader first, but once you have one of those, each card comes up as another drive, so seemingly you could boot to one of those drives.
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