Portable installed system that boots in UEFI as well as BIOS mode
nio.wiklund at gmail.com
Wed Mar 26 12:37:55 UTC 2014
1. No it is not made to be installed with Unetbootin.
In linux, I think it is easiest to use mkusb according to this link
In Windows you can use 7-zip and win32diskimager according to the
2. Yes, it is persistent, because it is an installed system.
It behaves like a system installed to an internal drive, except that it
might be slower depending on the pendrive's hardware and the USB system.
A fast USB 3 pendrive in a USB 3 system is almost as fast as an internal
system. A fast USB 3 pendrive in a USB 2 system is much faster than a
standard USB 2 pendrive.
2014-03-26 13:21, Rafael Laguna skrev:
> Can we install it with unetbootin? And has it persistent filesystem?
> Because I'd like top get rid off my harddisk boot and use this.
> Rafael Laguna
> Lubuntu Artwork Team
> 2014-03-26 12:47 GMT+01:00 Nio Wiklund <nio.wiklund at gmail.com
> <mailto:nio.wiklund at gmail.com>>:
> Hi Phill,
> I have uploaded a compressed image file of a system for high end
> computers, contrary to what I have been working with before.
> This is a portable installed system that boots in UEFI as well as BIOS
> mode. It can be installed into a USB pendrive and is a good alternative
> to a persistent live system, because it can be updated and upgraded
> without limits.
> See the description in this web page
> and it is uploaded to your server at
> The method described and the 'final product' as a compressed image file
> work for me in a Toshiba notebook according to the following
> I don't know how specific or portable it is until tested in other
> computers with UEFI.
> I think the method is more important than the 'final product' in this
> case, and it will be interesting to find out how portable it is.
> Best regards
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