I need to install Debian to an usb stick, provided I have exactly one USB port
I want normal OS there, i.e. not a live version
Preferably I'd like to use a tool like Rufus to write one of publicly available ISOs to USB stick and install from here like I usually do. Problem is when I try it complains "cannot mount cdrom" which is beyond my understanding(laptop doesn't have one)... I tried writing both in ISO and DD mode in Rufus - always the same error.
I also heard there is a possibility to write live Debian on USB stick instead, start it in 'toram' mode and install from there. But I can't find exact details how to do this...
Any guidance is welcomed