Thanks a lot.
So if i understand well..
1. You get a live ISO image.
2. You make a partition on disk and label it home-rw
3. You just boot with the persistent option.
Am i right? The partition can be empty right and the files are copied
on the first boot. Am i understanding well pls?
Another question... Instead of a partition, can you make a loopback
file named it home-rw (ex: of size 1G) and use that file for
On 20/01/2008, Jordi Pujol <jordipujolp at gmail.com> wrote:
> Of course, as simple as creating a partition in the hard disk with the
> label "home-rw"
> for more instructions, see my howto,
> El Saturday 19 January 2008 14:51:18 Robert Spiteri va escriure:
> > Hi, is it possible to create a persistent disk image when you boot
> > from the live cd not a live usb?
> > Is there any documentation available?
> > thanks
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