Ubuntu Feisty on your USB drive - finally!

When, in June 2006, Ubuntu Dapper Drake was released, it introduced a very exciting new feature: the ability to run it from a USB drive (also pendrive, USB bar or memory stick). This would work just like a LiveCD, with the big improvement that all your data could be saved onto the USB drive! This means not just your documents, but also e.g. network settings or your desktop background. You were practically carrying around a fully-functional operating system on your USB drive!

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Going to try this today

Just got a new 2GB stick in today so I will give this a try and see how well it works. Might be fun to use at work.