Linux Articles listed under "usb ubuntu 7.04"

Install Ubuntu 7.04 to a Flash Drive using the CD

Create a Ubuntu 7.04 Live USB Persistent Flash Drive using the CD. This tutorial enables you to install, boot and run Ubuntu Linux 7.04 from USB "and save your changes back to the stick". When booting Ubuntu in persistent mode, it uses a "casper-rw" partition to save your changes back to the drive, restoring them on each boot. The tutorial was written for those already somewhat familiar with working from Ubuntu or another Linux desktop environment. If you do not have access to or prefer not to use a Windows computer, this Ubuntu Linux on a stick tutorial is for you.

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Install Ubuntu 7.04 to a Flash Drive from Windows

This Ubuntu 7.04 Feisty Fawn USB Flash Drive Creation tutorial explains how to create a Ubuntu 7.04 USB Flash Drive. We will be  using Windows, the Live CD and a new custom FIXED initrd.gz to correct the persistent feature that was broken with the original 7.04 release. Upon completion of this tutorial, the user will be able to save changes and settings back to the flash drive making for a completely Portable Ubuntu version 7.04. Now you can take your Feisty Fawn with you! 

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