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    Question Skip "try prompt"/speed up startup for live usb

    Hello.

    I am currently using ubuntu on usb stick that has been created by 8.10 "Create a USB starting disk".

    I have two question regarding this form of ubuntu.

    1) Is there any way to skip the ubuntu main page which asks if I want to try it out, or other options?
    2) How can I speed up the startup? (unetbootin, though lacking persistence, booted in 40 seconds on the same flash drive)

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    Question Re: Skip "try prompt"/speed up startup for live usb

    did I post in the wrong board?

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    Re: Skip "try prompt"/speed up startup for live usb

    Quote Originally Posted by stukpixel View Post
    Hello.

    I am currently using ubuntu on usb stick that has been created by 8.10 "Create a USB starting disk".

    I have two question regarding this form of ubuntu.

    1) Is there any way to skip the ubuntu main page which asks if I want to try it out, or other options?
    Qualified "No". What you are doing is running an ISO image from a usb stick. I believe the "persistence" is handles with a writable partition that the O/S refers to once booted, but you really are just running a live cd from usb...
    2) How can I speed up the startup? (unetbootin, though lacking persistence, booted in 40 seconds on the same flash drive)
    not sure about this. I think this may depend on the type of installation....

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