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Thread: Installing Ubuntu 8.10 (or UE 2.0) on a 4G Flash Drive

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    Question Installing Ubuntu 8.10 (or UE 2.0) on a 4G Flash Drive

    As soon as i had an ubuntu 8.10 CD i tried to install it onto a 1G flash drive (with USB creator), it was working prety well, but then it crashed because i tried to store more than 300MB (the space remaining after install). i then realised that 1G is just not enough space.
    so now i want to install it on a 4G, i want a bootble operating system with plenty of space for extra software and files to be stored on the system and to be left with space that i can store spearate files on (for transfering from computer to computer) that i don't have to boot the OS to see.
    How would you (as a community) recomend me to set this up?
    how much space should i allow for each requierment?
    hopefully someone out there has enough experience to inform me.
    Thanks

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    Re: Installing Ubuntu 8.10 (or UE 2.0) on a 4G Flash Drive

    See this tutorial at pendrivelinux dot com:

    http://www.pendrivelinux.com/2008/11...ller/#more-610

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    Re: Installing Ubuntu 8.10 (or UE 2.0) on a 4G Flash Drive


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