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Portable Applications

Im stuck with a project on converting existing applications in to their portable versions, What i mean is that i want an application to run on a Linux OS without the need of actually installing the application on that machine. My preffered OS is fedora as it is used on most machines in my college. any methods an links any sort of help will be appriciated. Also this has to be done by directly using available software on the net, Basically all the stuff has to be done by me without using softwares in which my contribution will be null, gcc scripts, unix scripts anything will b helpful.
P.S. This is a project for my course Operating systems.
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