Linux Lubuntu 13.04 Raring How-to Make a Persistent Live CD/DVD on USB Stick or Hard Drive Step-by-Step Easy Guide

August 15th, 2013 by Regaz

This Easy and Step-by-Step Tutorial Shows You How-to Make a Persistent Lubuntu 13.04 Raring i386/amd64 Live CD/DVD on a USB Stick or Hard Drive.

First and Foremost is Good to Specify What Live OS Persistence is Exactly Meaning; for OS Live Persistence is Intended
a Very Useful and Near to Full Installation Media that is Able to Keep the New Installed Packages and others Changes Over Rebooting!

The Guide Include a Link to How-to Easy Writing a Live Lubuntu ISO CD/DVD to Hard Drive on Windows, Mac or Linux by the Unetbootin Tool.

If You Can’t Make It Works then Look to the Linked Troubleshooting Guide to the Tutorial Bottom.

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  1. How-to Write the Lubuntu Live ISO CD to Hard Drive

    Lubuntu Live to Hard-Drive
  2. Boot Into Lubuntu Raring Live by USB or HDD Partition
  3. Open Terminal Window
    Lubuntu Raring Open Terminal
  4. How-to Prepare the Partition for Writing Changes

    Preparing Lubuntu for Persistence
  5. Writing a Casper-rw File to Partition
    dd if=/dev/zero of=/cdrom/casper-rw bs=1M count=4096

    Just Change the Size in Reason of the Persistent Space to Allocate…

  6. Formatting Casper-rw File-Partition
    mkfs.ext2 -F /cdrom/casper-rw

    Choose Possible File System Format from:

    • ext2
    • ext3
    • ext4
  7. ReBooting
    1. On Grub Boot Screen Hit “e”.
    2. Add “persistent” to the End of Line Containing “kernel”.
    3. Hit “F10” to ReBoot Into Your New Persistently Live Lubuntu Space :)
  8. Make a New User to Keep Changes Better
  9. Lubuntu Raring Persistence Troubleshooting

    Lubuntu Persistence Troubleshooting

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