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I need to change the kernel from the ubuntu 9.04 live cd and i tried using UCK but it failed i want to install ubuntu to my usb but the ...
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    help using UCK


    I need to change the kernel from the ubuntu 9.04 live cd and i tried using UCK but it failed



    i want to install ubuntu to my usb but the default kernel has a bug that does not allow me to do any sort of installation of ubuntu to my usb (neither persistent nor full)

    i tried looking for a guide on the net but i couldnt find one

    could you guys help me out with the procedure of using UCK

    i used UCK in ubuntu 9.04 which is install in virtualbox 2.2 and here is the log i got when it failed



    Ubuntu Customization Kit 2.0.8
    Starting CD remastering on Thu May 21 19:04:49 PDT 2009
    Customization dir=/home/daniel/tmp/customization-scripts
    Removing remastering root dir...
    rm: cannot remove directory `/home/daniel/tmp/remaster-root/tmp/.X11-unix': Device or resource busy
    Removing ISO remastering dir...
    Mounting ISO image...
    Unpacking ISO image...
    Unmounting ISO image...
    Removing remastering root dir...
    rm: cannot remove directory `/home/daniel/tmp/remaster-root/tmp/.X11-unix': Device or resource busy
    Mounting SquashFS image...
    Unpacking SquashFS image...
    Unmounting SquashFS image...
    Removing win32 files...
    mount: mount point /home/daniel/tmp/remaster-root/proc does not exist
    Failed to mount /home/daniel/tmp/remaster-root/proc, error=32
    mount: mount point /home/daniel/tmp/remaster-root/sys does not exist
    Failed to mount /home/daniel/tmp/remaster-root/sys, error=32
    mount: mount point /home/daniel/tmp/remaster-root/dev/pts does not exist
    Failed to mount /home/daniel/tmp/remaster-root/dev/pts, error=32

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    dude are following a guide to install ubuntu to your flash drive ?
    because I guess that you have to partiotion your flash memory to 3 partitions
    1)Boot
    2)Linux
    3)Swap area
    Dual Booting Ubuntu 10.04, Windows 7

    Toshiba Satellite A200-1M5, Duo Core 2.0 Ghz, 1 Gigs RAM, 256 Intel Card

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    Happy Linuxing

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