I have an Linux 6.5 installation DVD that I have used to install Linux on several computers. I would like to install Linux onto a bootable 32GB USB (SanDisk Extreme 3.0). I plan on using it on the same laptop, so I should not need to worry about different hardware drivers for different computers..
I looked at Universal USB Installer &#8211; Easy as 1 2 3 | USB Pen Drive Linux for this, but it looks like "persistence" is needed to save changes - such as installing applications?
I've launched the install program and have gotten up to the disk partition, where I see both the hard drive and the USB drive. How do I tell it to ignore the hard drive and only use the USB drive?
I had been using the custom option. I looks like installing using with the option to overwrite an existing partition allows me to select the USB to install a bootable USB drive with Linux partions.