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How To Make Persistence USB for Linux (CubLinux)

Comments (7)
  1. Leandro says:

    I followed the instructions and tried both methods. But there is no grub.cfg file in the directory. Even if I download yours and paste there, when I boot up the Cublinux there is no option named “Cub Linux Persistence”. Only normal boot is available.

    Did I do something wrong or there has been any kind of update since this article?

    1. Devendra says:

      Hello, I wrote this article using an 64-bit version of cub Linux, I need to know whether you are using the 32-bit version. Or did you used the latest Rufus tool to create installation media?

  2. Harsh Sinha says:

    I used 32 bit version and the latest Rufus tool. However, there was no grub.cfg file. Can you clear this ?

    1. Devendra says:

      The 32-bit Cub may have different mechanism. Check inside the “Boot” folder what do you find?, if possible make a zip file and paste the share link here. I’ll look into it.

  3. Martin Dubois says:

    By using RUFUS then RMPrepUSB, there is no room for the ext4 partition. In what order do we need to do things?

  4. Martin Dubois says:

    Also, I have a pc with 12 GB of RAM, yet Netbootin does not allow me to go over 9999 MB.

  5. Martin Dubois says:

    …and by the way, a live distro does not use the normal GRUB.

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