Is there any way where I can install Ubuntu on my pendrive / USB stick, and then have my files, settings, etc. saved across reboots?
I want the files to be easily accessible from other computers, so they should be directly on the pendrive partition, not inside a persistence file. That way, I can use my computer to copy files to /home/ubuntu/Desktop and then be able to see them on my desktop when I boot from the pendrive. This is how Puppy Linux works if you install it on an ext2/3/4 filesystem.
If it's not possible, then can I create another partition on my pendrive an use it for /home/ubuntu in my live system?