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11.3 Installation MethodsFor netbooks and pc's without a dvd drive, the traditional method of creating a bootable usb from the full dvd.iso no longer works.
Also the usual methods of using tools such as unetbootin, etc. to create a live usb, no longer works.
The work-around is to download one of the live kde or gnome versions and then create a live usb as described here.
If you disconnect the network, no extra files will be
downloaded from the Internet.
The great thing about the openSUSE live iso's is that they will
automatically use the remaining space on the usb stick to create a
persistent live usb stick on first boot, which means you can take your
personal openSUSE everywhere!