Sorry about my weird question in advance.
My aim is to install Ubuntu -actually Lubuntu- on a USB disk. This is not a problem. I can and I am doing this. However, is it possible to use the same USB disk in different computers? With different computers I mean different hardware.
Like installing lubuntu on a 32-bit computer with a specific hardware, and then plugging-in the usb into another 32-bit computer.
Can my Lubuntu understand that the hardware is changed and fixes itself depending on the hardware?
Is this method faster than live-usb? I guess it is. But, the after the hardware change, will it become faster?
Live-usb installation takes too long and works really really slow. I want to make the process faster. I want to plug the usb into computer and boot it as fast as possible.
What can I do to speed up this process? Does installing lubuntu on a usb with computer A, and then plugging in the usb stick to computer B works? Does that usb stick, that operating system understand the hardware change and fix accordingly?
Thank you very much in advance.