Joseph Barney wrote:
I dunno if this is the right spot but had to try... I tried making a
persistence space on my Live USB... It's a fairly new 8GB Sandisk
Cruzer, and I've read that with fat32 you can make it as much as 4GB.
I'm no techical wizard, but more artsy but can usually manage on
computers. I am using Fedora 11. My system does boot off the flash drive
but it gives me a bit over 830mb of space, according to the OS but it is
not persistent...Anything saved is lost on reboot and I do have Fedora
11 on my hard drive and installed it to flash with the official LiveUSB
Creator. Any advice? Thanks!
No problem. Probably the best thing to do would be to file a bug in
bugzilla. In that bug, it would help to have the following information-
a) log into a terminal, 'su -' to root. and run the following commands
and paste their output-
ls -l /mnt/live/LiveOS
b) try with 1.5G, and then 256M persistence space.
With that information I might be able to better diagnose the problem.
For information on filing bugs, see-