A Live USB is a USB flash drive designed to act like a Live CD. An operating system is installed to it and it may be booted, but it does not install itself on the computer's hard drive(s).

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Can I set up Ubuntu on ONE partition of a multi-partitioned USB stick?

I'd like to make a Live USB for Ubuntu. In an ideal world, I would: Partition USB drive in two parts. Install Ubuntu on one part. Use other part for storage. Is this possible?
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Live USB image created by live-helper in Debian cannot be mount

I make custom Debian live usb via live-helper. So far it works great, but when I add some extra packages to the default installation, the output image cannot be mounted. Basically I create image ...
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Full Ubuntu Install on USB

I am trying to install Ubuntu 10.04 in a 16GB Verbatim USB flash drive so I can boot my computer from the usb and have a full ubuntu running (I also need an encrypted home folder). I just want to run ...
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Ubuntu live USB drive not recognized by mac

I created a USB drive of Ubuntu 10.4 desktop edition (64-bit) on a 13" macbook pro following the steps from http://www.ubuntu.com/desktop/get-ubuntu/download but when I restart the system and press ...
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Bootable GRUB partition

I have a customized live Fedora 12 USB flash drive which is working fine. What I want to do is to make a partition of my hard disk drive bootable so that my customized Fedora can be run from the hard ...