I have googled a number of websites to find an answer and couldn't find one that's helpful. I want to install Linux Mint 11 (just came out) to a USB drive. My USB drive is 34 gb. So I want to put a 1-2 gb partition on it and install mint just to that. Is that possible? I am a noob so I want to use http://www.pendrivelinux.com/universal-usb-installer-easy-as-1-2-3/ but the screenshots don't show an option for a partition or state any extra steps that might be involved in doing this (there's a tutorial for doing this for one of the Ubuntus using fdisk, but I don't have any linux installs right now).
I've seen several tools for partitioning. If this is possible, could someone recommend one to me? Thanks.