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Thread: Ubuntu 12.04 on USB, mount that USB on livecd

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    Ubuntu 12.04 on USB, mount that USB on livecd

    Hi.
    I want to have a version of Ubuntu on my flash memory. Because I carry that memory always, and I want to help people using its Live feature.
    But, I've just 1 flash memory, for my personal files and Ubuntu. And its files are needed on live Ubuntu systems. (I copied some software on that device and I want to install them on that live system)

    So, installed unetbootin and converted my flash drive to a bootable disk. Then put personal files.
    It boots fine, but in Live version, I can't find my flash drive in side menu. So can't use its files.

    How to create a bootable flash memory, which is accessible in its Live version?

    (Sorry for my terrible English, I'm a beginner in English.... Please correct it, if you can.)

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    Re: Ubuntu 12.04 on USB, mount that USB on livecd

    I recommend you to use YUMI USB installer. It also has the multiboot feature and the best thing is it is portable software.

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    Re: Ubuntu 12.04 on USB, mount that USB on livecd

    Thanks!
    I found my flash memory in /media/cdrom directory.
    YUMI is a great tool... really.. (I think that directory was available when I tried UNETBOOTIN, too.)

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