Happy new year to everyone! I read the post about installing on an external usb drive, but what I want to do is install and I should say not install but make one of the hard drive partitions like an ubuntu installation usb. I tried using rufus, unetbootin, but only on unetbootin I have the option for make a bootable partition for later instalation of ubuntu on the local hard drive, however the only partition that it gives me to use is the one windows is installed on.
I need to put a portable version on my internal hard drive, in case I change the hard drive to a different PC, ubuntu will still work, just like the windows to go workspace.
Also if I have installed ubuntu on my local drive already, if I change the drive, will ubuntu still work with the new computer?