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Re: Boot from CD, safe changes to USB-Stick



2009/11/4 Ikem Krueger <ikem krueger googlemail com>:
>> Already possible I believe. I think there's a persistent overlay kernel command argument that you can point to use a file on your USB drive if you're booting from CD. I may be wrong on this though.
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> I research for that..
>
>> It's easier just to boot from USB though. Faster all the way around. CD/DVDs take ages to boot. I know persistant overlay works swell with this method. I use it personally. Is booting from USB not an option for you?
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> Nope. My pc won't boot from stick. :S
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This way you can make changes to your "home directory" on the usb
stick. No changes to the iso image though. Otherwise you have to
recreate the iso.


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