Here's the scenario: I would like to use a live USB to boot up my computer sometimes and access large programs that I want to run in Ubuntu only. However, I only have access to an 8gb USB drive, and the programs I'm looking at are around 50gb and upwards. From my research, I think I have to set up persistence, but instead of saving files to my USB, I want to be able to save files to my computer without messing up my current operating system and whatnot. How do I do that?
EDIT: If I mount my hard drive, is there anything I have to do to make my programs install there, and how can I do it so that my OS settings are stored on the USB (So I can take it with me), and my large programs are still on my OS.
EDIT: Errors with
Drive that contains source file: /dev/sda Live drive, that is booted from: /dev/sda cands=2 50G 50G built-in device sdb SanDisk_Cruzer_Glide 7.5G usb USB or memory card p_target: target=/dev/ 7.5G No target device or bad target device p_clean: