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I have made a nice persistent USB3 stick using Mate 16 with the Universal USB Installer. . I have set this system up and installed a few programs. It works ...
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    How do I copy a persisten Linux USB stick


    I have made a nice persistent USB3 stick using Mate 16 with the Universal USB Installer..

    I have set this system up and installed a few programs. It works very nicely.

    Now I wanted to copy it for a few friends. But just copying the files to another stick does not work - it does not boot. I even used exactly the same stick - same make, capacity and color, LOL. But no luck.

    Then I made a dummy installation on the other stick and copied my setup stick files over it. That did not work either.

    What am I missing. Any help would be appreciated.

    Edit: I found the solution. It works with this tool: http://download.cnet.com/USB-Image-T...-75449768.html
    Last edited by whs; 03-25-2014 at 11:00 PM.

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