You can create a LIVE USB with Ubuntu 8.10 or 9.04 with persistent storage so that the work can be saved on the USB as is not the case in Live CD’s and Live USB.It can create LIVE Bootable USB from Disk Images (ISO), CD, or Download the Distro.It supports Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu, Mint or CrunchBang.You can also load from the created LIVE USB in Windows with a special portable version of Virtual Box.All the data stored in the usb persistent storage are hidden and the data is stored in a special file called casper-rw.
uSbuntu Live Creator will also create a portable(no installation) version of VirtualBox, that can be launched by running Launch_usb.exe located in the Portable-VirtualBox folder in your USB Drive, so that you can launch ubuntu right in windows.
- Create bootable USB device from Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu, Mint or CrunchBang
- Enable persistency of your data
- Launch Ubuntu directly in Windows with a special Portable VirtualBox
- Hides created files on the drive.
Steps to create a Bootable Ubuntu USB Drive :
- Prepare your USB, ie., Format the drive with FAT32 or FAT partition
- Download and launch the uSbuntu Live Creator and choose a USB key or drive in the list
- Select a ISO file or CD of Ubuntu/Kubuntu/Xubuntu 8.10 or 9.04
- Choose the size of persistency data.
- Check the options you want
- Click the thunder to start the creation
Next, launch Portable Virtual Box and from the Boot Options you can start Ubuntu in
- Persistent Mode (your data will be persistent)
- Live Mode (all your data will be discarded after reboot)
- Install (to install Ubuntu on your hard drive)
- Integrity Check (check the files on your key)
- Memory Test (can diagnose RAM problems)
The data on your Ubuntu can be backed up by simply copying the “casper-rw file” in your Windows OS.