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    Question How to specify the persistence filename?

    Hi,

    I'm trying to set up a multiboot usb stick with Ubuntu and Backtrack5 with persistence, as per instructions here.

    Being Backtrack5 derived from Ubuntu, it uses the same "casper-rw" file.
    I'd need to have two different "casper-rw" files, e.g. "casper-rw-ubuntu" and "casper-rw-bt5", or perhaps to have them in different folders, e.g. "/ubuntu/casper-rw" and "/bt5/casper-rw".

    Is there a kernel boot parameter to specify the filename of the persistence file?

    Thank you in advance for answering.

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    Re: How to specify the persistence filename?

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    Re: How to specify the persistence filename?

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    http://forum.elivecd.org/read.php?4,2851
    Last edited by dcstar; February 25th, 2012 at 06:19 AM.
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