Install Ubuntu 8.10 to Live USB (non persistent)

Create a Non Persistent Ubuntu 8.10 Live USB Flash Drive from Windows: This simple tutorial covers the creation of a Ubuntu 8.10 (Intrepid Ibex) USB Flash Drive using Windows and our custom script. Upon completion of this tutorial, Ubuntu 8.10 can be run from the portable flash device in the same fashion (but much faster) than it would from the Live CD. This specific tutorial does cover a Ubuntu 8.10 persistence (persistent) casper-rw feature option. Hence the user can save changes back to the USB device using this tutorial.

Note: This is a QuicknEasy USB Ubuntu 8.10 install. Once finished, the installation will act just like the Live CD. Optionally changes can now be saved back to the USB stick.

USB Ubuntu 8.10 Intrepid Ibex Desktop:

USB Ubuntu 8.10 Intrepid Ibex Desktop Picture

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Minimum Flash Drive Capacity: 2GB with persistence

Persistent Feature: Yes

Easy Ubuntu 8.10 USB flash drive installation tutorial:

This tutorial is obsolete! This tutorial or version of Linux is old and has been removed. Please use the Universal USB Installer instead, as it can be used to install the latest version.

Install Ubuntu 8.10 to Live USB (non persistent) published under Old USB installs from Windows