I basically have two questions: (I am currently working under Windows environment)
i) Can I install Fedora on USB directly, not LiveUSB? Any steps provided? And how should I format my USB (I mean, what format should I choose in order to install Fedora on USB)?
While I know how to make a LiveUSB (basically with the creator software), I need something more than LiveUSB. For one thing, the persistent overlay mechanism means that the memory occupied will just grow whenever there are changes, and I will be using it quite often for various reasons, and that I do not want to install it on the harddisk for some other reasons. I also need packages like gcc compiler, Eclipse, django etc. and I believe that a full installment (from the ?.?GB iso file) is more complete than relying on the Live version.
ii) How is installed Fedora behaving differently from a Live version?
I remember that there is difference in the reliance on RAM on pc and some others that will surely affect the life of my USB.
Much obliged if someone can help answer both questions.