Is it possible to create a live USB with Ubuntu, Gparted & HBCD? If yes could anyone brief the procedure in details please.. Thanks in advance..
Here I got something, taken from pendrivelinux.com
First, install the Multisystem LiveUSB Tool
Second, how to use it
Should allow you to do that.
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You can use the Ubuntu program
The installed system will have the Ubuntu version you selected, and will have gparted.
You can then boot the USB stick and partition disks or install Ubuntu from it, etc. You can also install additional packages on it (I wouldn't update linux, however) and make other changes. Due to the persistence setting these will be saved to the USB stick from boot-to-boot.
In his comment I believe @Lord of Time was referring to the fact that flash memory has a somewhat limited lifetime, limited in the number of writes to its sectors before those particular sectors are marked lost and the flash memory loses capacity. The controller on the flash memory stick tries to spread the wear around the stick. If I understand his comment, that's the reason for using a couple of sticks and using only part of each, rather than combining them--it should allow them to last longer.
It should also be simpler, and therefore less troublesome, but a little more expensive.