A person has a computer with no HDD but 8GB RAM and USB3 port.
Also has 8GB USB3 pendrive with Ubuntu Live on it (non-persistent).
The computer is then started with the pendrive, with the toram option. " toram" is typed after pressing F6 or tab at startup. may need to press tab first.
Is the O/S that is running in RAM able to do a Persistent install to the original pendrive using the program mkusb so that there are persistent partitions
I am pretty sure this is not a Duplicate of: Can Ubuntu be installed to the pendrive it was booted from?
Edit: Note to remove and reinsert pendrive removed as it is unnecessary.