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    Question Save All settings?

    How can i save settings in Konqueror? And other applications in bt2? I use an usb?
    I am new in linux so make it simple

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    Quote Originally Posted by AxeFestis View Post
    How can i save settings in Konqueror? And other applications in bt2? I use an usb?
    I am new in linux so make it simple
    search the forum for save changes and you will have plenty of information

    Shamenvirtuel has a particularly good tutorial

    Search first Search second ask questions Third

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    simple........
    without reinstalling no simple solution.......

    you need to repartition your usb.......
    first partition must be 800 MO and FAT32 format...extract your iso inside
    second partition will be ext2 and will keep your changes on filesystem

    so create that usb with 2 partitions.....
    boot it
    get the identifier of your second partition (something like /dev/sdb2)
    write it down

    reboot
    at boot prompt
    bt : bt changes=/dev/sdb2

    that tells bt to use /dev/sdb2 for save changes and load previous ones from here too

    boot
    each time with that cheatcode and it will roxxxxxxxx
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    How do you create a partition on a usb drive i tyred to use qt-parted but it just "friezed" before i even pushed the commit button. Which application shall i use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AxeFestis View Post
    How do you create a partition on a usb drive i tyred to use qt-parted but it just "friezed" before i even pushed the commit button. Which application shall i use?
    instead of continuing it this post you start another.
    Crossposting/Doubleposting is not the correct thing to do, and is frowned upon in these forums.

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    at boot prompt
    bt : bt changes=/dev/sdb2
    I take it this would be a "kernel argument" when booting with Lilo or Grub?
    Could this be "intergrated" into the Lilo or Grub config?

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    easily just follow the tuts here in the tutorial section.........
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