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    Default Installation to usb - Saving updates, changes etc

    Hi everyone new here and love security!

    I'm very strict on doing updates immediately on startup and with a brand new OS. I have Back|Track 5 R1 installed on a flash drive, but it does not save updates when I reboot or power down. Is there a way I can do this? Would also like to install additional software and have them stored on the flash drive. I've tried the Universal USB Installer from pendrivelinux, but after reboot it does not load and get errors. Also tried Unibootin, but doesn't look like an option is available.

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    Default Re: Installation to usb - Saving updates, changes etc

    Please take the time to search the wiki.
    http://www.backtrack-linux.org/wiki/...p/USB_Installs

    What your asking for sounds like "persistent changes".
    Have you...g0tmi1k?

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    Default Re: Installation to usb - Saving updates, changes etc

    Sorry I wasn't sure where to look really. I ended up getting it working through pendrivelinux it just took a couple installs to get it right. The guide under How To's stated that Back|Track 5 R1 is available in the latest version of the USB Universal Installer by pendrivelinux, but it has not yet been added. It did work using Back|Track 5 configuration.

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