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    Default Bootable 16GUSB Thumb Drive with “Full” Disk Encryption

    Hi everyone.
    I have a samll prolem with my BT5rc2 installation on 16GB USB drive.
    I use: THIS HOWTO
    Everything just fine, system bootup corectly, but my free space on USB Drive is only 2GB ???? i mean WTF ?

    Can anyone explain what is going on ?
    I see in File Browser that:
    My root folder have 2.0GB free space
    My filesystem have 2.0GB free space
    DEVICE 15GB LVM2 are unable to mount when i try to see it in FileBrowser.

    Thanks in advence for the info..

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    Default Re: Bootable 16GUSB Thumb Drive with “Full” Disk Encryption

    I don't think it's a problem. I just installed it on 16,7GB drive, 16GB is the Volume Group and it shows 4.1GB free space before doing any updates.
    After apt-get upgrade && apt-get dist-upgrade it shows 3.1GB free space. Keep in mind, I made the boot partition only 200MB, not 500MB how the tutorial shows.
    Your lvm volume is already mounted - you running backtrack on it, probably that's why it gives errors.

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