Im trying to install BT to a 2g flash drive... I boot it from disk install it like you would if the flash drive was a HD, install the bootloader and from there... nothing. It wont boot on any computer i've tried three and each one i've tried has a separate BIOS version. I have it set to boot from USB, and the one i expected to work says its invalid. I found a tut, but it says persistence is outside the scope of it. I want the OS to boot from flashdrive and then be able to save documents to it and have it load the same on other computers.
RE: Persistance in flash drive install.
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Posted on 10-05-08 23:25
i usually just use isotostick.sh to convert a linux cd to a usb cd, i've only created customised versions of ubuntu and put them on a flash drive but it works for me. https://help.ubun. . .omUSBStick