I'm toying with a notion and wondered if anyone has attempted this or may know how to do this. I am looking to put Ubuntu or (preferrably for me) KUbuntu on a thumb drive so it can boot as a drive. The reason behind this is I want a linux drive that is mobile that I can quickly install on a system with NTFS recognition so I can do data transfers and file replacement/repairs without relying on the systems OS that I'm working on. Of course this couldn't be the fix all of problems I just want it to enhance my tool options when going on site and doing service. If anyone has suggestions or theories let me know. (please leave out the idea of using a CD as my boot medium because the idea is a drive I can install and uninstall utilities as needed when operating and CD residing OS's limit my installs sometimes)
Hehe, you sly devil with that low blow about me being a Yank. I had to refrain myself on what I was going to reply with I got into my frame of thinking when my buddy Peanut from your local teases me the same way. Though I guess I could go with a running gag we had in ventrillo with him. Someone made the mistake of calling him an EU Brit because they didn't know/realise that the EU and the UK are two different entities.
For those of you who read my posts here I've been working 2 jobs so I don't answer my IMs at night. However that is ending in 2 weeks and I'll be available for contact in the evenings. (I wasn't sure where to put this kind of update)