i make a boot able pen drive. I'm done with the installation and i want to test it, is it persistent or not. Then i make one file at root and shut it down. when the progress come, it is ask me to remove the cd and press enter, i think it is must be unplug the usb. but when i unplugged the usb pendrive, come out error message said something about cancel the journal bla bla bla, i plug it in again then it's hang. i restart it and woolaaaaaaaaaaaa the file is still there in root folder, but i can't access the casper-rw.
Iwant to ask, this is should be it (casper-rw normally locked) or because i unplugged the usb pendrive so now it's give me error like /cow doesn't exist.
NB: i've already install it 4 times, and it's same. So basically we can't access it with direct mode. Sorry for this post.
Yeah, i know it.
That's my problem is.
But, i've already format it again and install it again until 4 times. it's same that i can't access casper-rw. so, i think basically that folder(casper-rw) was locked.
Seems like my problem is related. When running BT4-pre-final as persistent LiveUSB, the casper-rw partition (ext3) is not accessible in Konqueror. The error message is "The file or folder /cow does not exist." That's rather weird as you cannot access the casper-rw storage to save something to that particular partition. When mounting the USB stick under a regular Ubuntu installation, there's, in contrast to that, not a problem at all to access the partition. Is this a casper design issue that we're not able to access that partition while running in persistent mode? Is there a known workaround for it?
Creating the mount point /cow manually doesn't help either
That's certainly clear. What I'd like to do is saving some files to a custom directory on the casper-rw partition. I hope the difference is clear.Just save at your system, example : /root/Documents/
it's automaticly get in on casper-rw. you didn't really need to direct access it.