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Old 27th March 2012, 03:09 PM
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Does Fedrora Live support Unetbootin's persistent space?

Unetbootin makes possible to save Fedora Live CD to an USB-stick.

In Unetbootin, there is a possibility to reserve space for preserved files across reboots. It says it is "Ubuntu only".

Does this work for Fedora Live 16 also, or any ways how to make it work?
Would be good to have some kind of persisten home directory for a default user across reboots.

I rather use Unetbootin than livecd-creator, for the reasons I do not remember anymore, but they were good then when I decided.

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Old 27th March 2012, 04:13 PM
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Re: Does Fedrora Live support Unetbootin's persistent space?

use liveusb-creator and not livecd-creator
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