[lubuntu-users] First response to Lu 20.04 alpha LTS live session . . . .

Fritz Hudnut este.el.paz at gmail.com
Mon Nov 4 16:23:41 UTC 2019

> 1. Live only
> Most linux distros provide hybrid iso files, and they make bootable live
> systems when cloned to a USB pendrive (or SSD or memory card). Cloning
> is the main mode of mkusb.
> 2. Persistent live
> mkusb can also create persistent live drives, but it is more tricky. It
> is an extracting method designed to work with Ubuntu and the Ubuntu
> family flavours (e.g. Lubuntu) and Debian live. mkusb can also create
> persistent live systems with some distros that are similar enough, for
> example Linux Mint, but it will *not* work with most other linux distros.
> ---
> Best regards
> Nio


Thanks again for the details, all seems clear, but seems like you are
saying that the choice for "cloning" as one of the options is the same as
"live installer"???  I usually use "make a live installer" but saw the
"cloning" option which I thought was for making duplicates, rather than the
regular mode??

Got it on the persistent live as a way to move a bootable system around to
other computers, etc.

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