Ok, first of all i want to say that my experience with Ubuntu and Linux is pretty much zero.
What i am trying to do, is a permanent install of Ubuntu on my 16GB pen drive.
I have downloaded the .iso file and installed a 'Live' version of Ubuntu using Universal USB Installer from PenDriveLinux.com, and can boot from the pen drive fine.
But every time i boot the OS, it asks me if i want to 'try' or 'install' Ubuntu, and one of the applications on the left is an 'install' button.
I tried clicking on install, but the only partition directories available to install on were the HDD or SSD.
Is there a way to do a 'permanent' install onto my pen drive?
My intention is to be able to use the pen drive to plug into any computer and boot a 'permanent' version of Ubuntu with all of my settings/programs/etc saved, rather than a 'Live' version.
Have made several Google searches and can't seem to find what i'm looking for.
Any help is greatly appreciated, keeping in mind that my experience with Ubuntu and Linux is VERY little.