With BOOTICE I created the following partitions on a flash drive (living on a 128 GB USB stick):
- FAT32 partition (30 GB) to install Linux Mint on
- NTFS partition (remaining space, roughly 98)
With YUMI I installed Linux Mint on the FAT32 partition and opted for persistence (file size 4 GB).
Works like a treat, but I would like to increase the persitent storage from 4 GB to 10 GB and found this tutorial where the caper-rw file is replaced by a own ext2 partition that is labeled casper-rw.
However, after performing the steps in the tutorial, my Linux won't boot anymore.
I also tried creating the casper-rw partition right from the beginning, but I don't know how to tell my Linux installation to use this partition instead of a casper-rw file it seems to be expecting for storing changes.
Total Linux n00b, so please be kind/explain in "baby steps" what I would need to do ;-)