first of all I’ll introduce you into what I’m trying to achieve.
I want to make my 64GB USB 3.0 stick a bootable device. There should be around 25gigs for data storage which should be available for the linux installation (antergos) and any other OS (kind of a normal ntfs storage parition) which was not booted with the stick itself (in short: I want to be able to boot an antegros installation from the usb stick and use it as a normal storage device, too).
The goal is to get an environment which I can plug into any system (it needs to be able to boot from UEFI and legacy/normal bios) and have my tools and apps already set up plus a partition which I can use to store files while this partition is also available if I just plug the stick into a running system (like a windows machine to grab some file of a friend).
I’m able to setup the stick from windows and linux (so I could use the easiest/best way to setup my stick) but need some guiding points into the right direction.
Thx in advance for any tips/help/guidance.