Replying to the rest of you, I've seen you started a discussion about
Live USB sticks being distributed (or not) in SUSE events. Well, I
can't add much to that discussion, because I've never been to such
events, but let me say the cheapest USB stick here in Brazil, which is
already enough to store a Live persistent system, is 8GB and it's
fairly easy to find by R$ 20,00 (something between $5 and $7). That's
the price for the final consumer, which includes importation taxes (we
don't make it here), public taxes (one of the higher, if not the
highest, in the world) and, of course, the profit of the seller,
distributor, manufacturer... so, I believe an USB stick is indeed a
cheap technology. I cannot opine, however, if SUSE has conditions of
distributing openSUSE in USB sticks during events.
About this point , I’m trying to find a cheap and good quality of USB vendor to do a
I’m working with Doug (Thanks a lot) to make openSUSE stuffs in Brazil with a “good
price”, using local vendors, but
we didn’t talk about USB sticks yet, so, I believe we can do this with your a openSUSE
Do you want make some presentation about your work with openSUSE’s livedvd? I can help you
if you want.
I think this could be a initial step to find more people to help.
So, please contact me if you need any help here in Brazil.
Congratz and good job!