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CloudUSB is an OS package that is intended to boot from a USB stick or other mutable removable media. Its purpose is to let you carry your whole computing environment in your pocket and let you use any computer available as if it were your own. It stores your personal data in encrypted form on the same medium as the OS and in an online storage space, thus granting you security and privacy. Local and remote data are synchronized, allowing work to continue even offline. CloudUSB currently uses Ubuntu as the OS and Dropbox as the online storage service.

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Recent releases

  •  13 May 2010 08:57

    Release Notes: This new Release is based on the Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. Both the create-usb-key (for creating your own CloudUSB) and (for setting up online storage) scripts have been improved by adding checks to make the procedure more user-friendly.


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