This post might belong in the Windows forum as well, but I don't like cross posting, and since I think the major issue will come on the *nix side, I'm posting here
I hope people can give me good feedback on whether or not what I hope to achieve is doable with relatively minimal fuss I have spent several hours reading on this forum and Googling for information but haven't found an answer to my query.
I want to run Xampp off a USB drive. So far, so good. The problem comes from the fact that I need to connect the USB drive to several different computers, using different operating systems:
1- Laptop - Ubuntu (Feisty)
2- Home Desktop - Ubuntu (Feisty)
3- Work Desktop - Windows XP Pro
4- and a couple other machines, running Windoze, one of them Vista
So, I know I can install Xampplite on the USB stick for Windows. I'm not sure about the feasability of such for Linux, there is indication it's possible, but convoluted and uncertain. Having the option to do both is... well... I dunno.
Any idea how to achieve this? Is it even possible?
Thanks for any and all ideas.