raymac46 Posted March 18, 2021 Share Posted March 18, 2021 That is what it takes to get an MX-Linux install on a USB drive so you can actually save stuff. None of the USB image maker software I had could make a persistent thumbdrive. I ended up booting a second MX-Linux USB and then cloning it with MX Linux's live USB Maker onto a 32 GB Sony flash drive I have here. Then I went through the steps of making *that* drive persistent. After that it took a couple of hours to update all the packages. I installed Midori and I'm using the thumbdrive to post. It is very slow but at least it works. I would never want to use this drive for anything but rescue though. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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