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Aug
24
comment Live-USB with read-write stick
So what happens if I use the live USB and enables the persistent storage, but then have the switch to read only? Can I use my stick at all or does there need to be a RAM drive for stuff like Firefox cache files and similar files that have to be writable?
Aug
23
comment Live-USB with read-write stick
I thought a quite versatile approach, meaning what you describe (copy from and maybe write to NTFS, Malware scan) but also just access the Internet, partition hard drive, usage in internet cafes, etc. So a "normal" Ubuntu would be ok I think except that it must be bootable from USB and I'd like to write my own personal files on it, but I'd also like to be able to use it in read-only mode.
Aug
23
comment Live-USB with read-write stick
Thanks. Any suggestions which Linux distribution would better suit this use case than Ubuntu?
Aug
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Aug
22
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