I run a windows 7 machine, and use UNetbootin to create Ubuntu bootable live USB keys.
I have 1 key in particular that I would like to use entirely as a live Ubuntu key, so I can install some apps, etc...
What I am finding is that filesystem.squashfs is simply not big enough to install all the apps I need to install.
My Persistent storage is 10GB the stick is ntfs formatted (though I could change that)
My question is, how can I make the filesystem.squashfs bigger so I can install all the apps I need?
Yes, I've already tried installing Ubuntu directly to the stick, but it seems that it is machine specific