Linux Articles listed under "Xubuntu Flash Drive"
How to create a Xubuntu Live USB Flash Drive while running from the Live CD. The following segment explains how I put Xubuntu on a Flash Drive via Ubuntu's Official Startup Disk Creator. Additionally, I used Ubuntu's Casper Persistence option which enabled me to save and restore basic changes on subsequent boots. Xubuntu is an official fork of Ubuntu that utilizes a XFCE desktop instead of Gnome. Xubuntu was also designed to use less system resources than Ubuntu or Kubuntu.
The following tutorial explains How to create a Xubuntu 9.10 Live USB Flash Drive using Ubuntu's official USB Startup Disk Creator while running from the Live CD. The persistent feature is utilized (via a persistence loop block file). By installing Xubuntu 9.10 to a Flash Drive via this approach. The Persistence option can be used to to save basic changes and then restore those changes on subsequent boots. Xubuntu is essentially Ubuntu with a XFCE desktop. It is designed to use less system resources than Ubuntu or Kubuntu.