Linux- Setting, How to make-um stick

Started Feb 3, 2013 | Discussions thread
rio911
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Re: Linux- Setting, How to make-um stick
In reply to Phil_MI, Feb 4, 2013

Phil_MI wrote:

I use Fedora and their liveusb-creator can create live usb with persistence meaning it will save your changes upon reboot. Live usb's have a limited life across many saves though and eventually run out of space. In Fedora I have installed from DVD to usb and run it as a regular operating system the same as a hard drive install.

I think that Ubuntu may have "persistence" and I know that Knoppix has for sure with their live cd/dvd.

phil

Yes, Ubuntu LiveCD have the "persistence" option.  I recently played with a 2GB flash drive and that was sufficient for 500MB "persistence" drive on it.

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