Needed fully functional [NOT 'Live'(sic)] Linux on USB stick - was [Re: Ubuntu on pendrive]
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Sun Dec 25 17:12:29 UTC 2011
Richard Owlett wrote:
> Liam Proven wrote:
> > On 22 December 2011 15:52, Richard Owlett<rowlett at pcnetinc.com>
> > wrote:
> >> Install
> >> to internal drive
> >> dual boot install
> >> delete current OS and install as only OS
> >> to external drive
> >> specify external drive
> > It's not going to happen, I think.
> With Ubuntu's powers-that-be being as paternalistic in their
> ow way as MS and Mr. Gates, I find it extremely doubtful
> also. I was just stating how I thought it should be done.
They can't respond to demand that they don't know is there - file a
wishlist bug for it and, if enough other people request it, it will be
> > DO
> > NOT PUT THE BOOTLOADER ON YOUR HARD DRIVE. This is the default. It
> > is ESSENTIAL to override this and tell it to put it on the USB
> > stick.
> I do not recall an option for doing so.
> How is that indicated?
> Is it available in 10.10, or do I have to download the ISO
> of a different version of the "Live CD"?
I'm pretty certain that you're asked when using the alternate
installer. I'd not be surprised if, for simplicity's sake, you're not
asked in the GUI installer.
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