I installed it on a pen drive last night but something is seriously wrong with the DSL / Debian release.
The effing thing wiped my 320GB lifebox despite me telling the pile of crap OS to install to the 64MB EasyDisk USB drive.
You know computer logic, since when has a 320GB Seagate drive been a 64MB EasyDisk USB storage device?
How can an installer make that mistake?
You know, Linux or nix platforms are not that much better when it comes to install, I had solaris on an old laptop that swiss cheesed it and i keep it as a paperweight. DSL/Debian has completely ucked my external drive, destroying every photo of my dad and me + family while he was still alive and photos of my son from birth.
All I can say is this, if you are going to try ANY LIVE CD which is a Linux build of some making, if you have anything of value ANYWHERE on your PC or an external USB hard drives, flash cards, etc... unplug them. You will be doing yourself a huge favour.
Words fail to describe adequately the anger I feel towards the DSL group who release the live CD.
I am going to try recovery software, not that I have much faith in that doing any good...