Portable Linux is a tool that lets you create bootable USB and removable drives using popular Live CDs based on Casper (like the Ubuntu family of distributions). It sports some unique features. The live setups it creates let you use the remaining disk space on your USB drive to store and transport files between computers, as usual. If your distribution supports persistence, the files and settings you edit on your live Linux distribution are persisted across reboots. Finally, you can access the area used to store your files from within your Linux distribution.
|Tags||Operating Systems Linux Distributions CD-Based Installation/Setup Filesystems|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: The documentation and build system were fixed. A copyright notice was added in preparation for Debian release. No functional changes were made.
Release Notes: The target device list is now refreshed when a drive is plugged in or disconnected. The target device list now shows a pretty list with the name and size of the drive, not just the device file. The wording in the user interface has been rewritten to be clearer and shorter. Helpful icons make the interface more attractive. If available, gksu is automatically used to make the transition to administrator mode.
Release Notes: This release fixes the GRUB boot menu on non-Fedora distributions.
No changes have been submitted for this release.