How to install lubuntu to USB

Nio Wiklund nio.wiklund at
Mon Feb 3 19:16:24 UTC 2014

2014-02-03 18:42, Tong Sun skrev:
> On Mon, Feb 3, 2014 at 12:49 AM, Ali Linx amjjawad - amjjawad at  wrote:
>> Good luck :)
> That's the Full Installation instead of the Frugal Installation that I
> was talking about, right?
> Ref,
> Thanks anyway
'Frugal' installation alias 'persistent live' installation can be made
'almost' automatically with the tools usb-creator-gtk (Startup Disk
Creator) or Unetbootin. Some versions of those programs might be buggy,
but I think the current versions for Lubuntu 13.10 works.

Select to create a file for persistence (max 4 GB). If you want to be
more advanced, you can create a partition with the label casper-rw, and
remove the casper-rw file. There is no size limit of the casper-rw
partition, and it should have an ext file system (ext2, ext3 or ext4).

Do you intend to use a flash pendrive or a hard disk drive or a solid
state drive?

Best regards

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